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Government Shutdown changes our plans

A travel blog entry by brytorlyn on Oct 05, 2013

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... be staying in the Grants Pass La Quinta. Ugh.

Anyway, our plan for today have also been changed. We were suppose to see Mt Rainier and Mt St Helen but as these are in National parks so we won't be able to get very close or go to the interpretive centres. Instead we have chosen to sleep in a bit since we don't need to check out of our hotel till ...

Nine Waterfalls in One Day!!!

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 18, 2013

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... from the trail. Shortly, we made it to Ponytail Falls, also called Upper Horsetail Falls. Although this waterfall is much smaller than the one just downstream of it, it’s in a great setting. The water plunges down from an overhang and the trail leads under the falls through a grotto allowing me to get some pictures looking out from behind the waterfall. Continuing on for about a mile, we came to an old bridge ...

High Sierra Festival

A travel blog entry by themelodic on Jul 09, 2013

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... immediately from sparse, dry desert to rolling hills and valleys of plush evergreen trees. We stopped off at a large picturesque lake named Lake Tahoe, splashed about in the murky water for a bit, got cold and then hopped back in the car and headed onto High Sierra festival.


We arrived at the festival early that evening to be greeted by our artist liaison, a qualified masseur/chocolatier simply known as “doctor chocolate”. With a name ...

The Dragon Slayers and Portlandia

A travel blog entry by warriorwoman on Mar 06, 2013

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... to their level of service, a sales person pops over to see if I required assistance. Mid to late twenties with a face that may have been handsome if it weren't hidden by a thick "Grizzly Adams" beard, the guy queried me about my needs. I explained my odyssey. "Oh yeah, I did something similar to that over a period of fourteen months." Suddenly, my measly fourteen weeks sounded paltry. "Why do you need so much packing space?" I bit my ...

Indian Miniatures Are, well, Miniature! Part I

A travel blog entry by sueschubert on Aug 28, 2012

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... sup>th through the 16th centuries in Persia, today's Iran. Their purpose was for the Muslims to communicate divine knowledge. Very much like many old ateliers, or workshops, which produced items other than miniatures--shoes, jewelry, clothing, paraphenalia for horses and carriages, clothing and ...