Ashland Hills Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... his MFA at the U. of Washington. He played several parts in Pericles and shared a touching story of his audition for his dream role as Caliban in The Tempest.
We had a free afternoon today and decided to spend it in the nearby Gold Rush town of Jacksonville. Many small towns have National Historic District designations for their downtown areas, but the entire town of Jacksonville is a ...
... by a Washingtonian who went to high school with my aunt Jen, though she swears she doesn’t know him) did an excellent job in befriending the audience despite his evil deeds.
Galavanting in the National Parks
After OSF, mom and I travelled north again and stopped at Crater Lake. Although we had sort of planned on camping, we hadn't really prepared well, forgetting important things like ...
... ambiance with the fireplace and lighting fixtures. Needless to say it was a relaxing evening and I was grateful to have some time to reflect on the past 3 months.
In the morning, I packed up and headed to Blackstone Audiobooks where I auditioned for book-reading. After the audition, I had breakfast at a little place in Ashland called Ruby's Neighborhood Restaurant ...
Breakfast at the hotel (complimentary and very good!) and then down the road for a good coffee. This was a relaxing day to explore and wander round Ashland. A very pleasant town and after an initial wander, we did a walk - about 10 km Amr's pedometer says! - out along a hiking/cycle track that Carole and John have ridden along before. Very pretty countryside. The air is still smoky, though seemed a little less and you could see the tops ...
... so the bugs were flying into my face and landing on my phone. A great time.
After the kids went to bed, Christian and I sat out by the river again, listening to the river and chatting. It was so dark and the sky looked like a planetarium...simply gorgeous. As we stood at the water's edge wetting ready to turn in, a huge fish or bird splashed twice and gave us a good scare.
We had breakfast and then headed to the stables to ride the horses ...