Vertical Horizons Treehouse Paradise
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This is it, our night in a treehouse. This is easily one of the places that we've been most looking forward to on our road trip. As a bonus, we find out that we're near Oregon's wine country so we manage to find one that's open on a Sunday. Score!
- Stopped in Grants Pass, Oregon my last stop in Oregon.
- I stopped and got gas at a Shell for $46.40
- Got a bag of ice and a candy bar for $10.
- I slept in my car for the night at a rest stop just outside the city.
... at a shipyard to look around (Something you may not know about Lee is he loves shipyards. He grew up in Gloucester MA so it was part of his world.) While we were watching the water, we spotted a seal swimming! ( Pretty sure it was a seal and not a sea lion but not 100 % sure. At the sea lion cave I read all the charts about the differences between seals and sea lions but I have forgotten most of it. ...
... spending so much time traveling that I am noticing this but there are a ton of tourists from all different states and countries. We have talked with Idahoans, Minnesotans, Texan, Europeans - in some cases taking a couples picture and having them take ours in ...
... along this route you get a lot of cold and fog… oh, am I repeating myself? We attempted to get a spot in Redwood National Park, but we were skunked. The Rangers were good enough to give us a list of other RV spots nearby, and we randomly picked one. Random is right. The place was scary, as in Bates Motel scary and the good-ole’ boy that came to greet us was scary too, as in I-carry-a-big-gun scary. Bearded, toothless, suspenders ...