Ashland Rodeway Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Ashland
... supply and consistantly chased off any other bird who tried to eat.
Later in the evening we headed to the Haworth's for the evening. Dinner was great and after dinner Bob treated us to some original songs as well as some familar songs.
Tomorrow we hope to visit Crater Lake and wend our way north toward the Columbia River Gorge.
... taken an SUV on much less a motorhome. So there are no waterfall pics today.
We did see several golden eagles, magpies, pelicans and hummingbirds. The hummingbirds were at the campground and posed for us at their feeder.
The pictures here will not be in any particular order, just representative of what we saw on our journey.
Tomorrow is a housekeeping day and we will visit the ...
... she was on her family's boat when a storm started rolling in. As the waves picked up, the bow of the boat rocked vertically. Tina was upset and scared (who wouldn't be?!). She wanted it all to stop. Her dad told her that stopping wasn't an option; they had to keep pressing on. Trying to keep the boat still in rough waters was worse than getting through the experience safely. Looking around Weed, CA, stopping wasn't the option in this case. The decision was made. Go ...
... had a couple of cups of joe with a piece of veggie frittata. I sat outside flipping through my new food magazines, purchased yesterday at the book store, planning a menu for dinner. Andy eventually met me with the dog and we walked through Lithia park. A beautifully designed park with walkways meandering along a creek. Lots of shade, unusual foliage, and deer couple with ...
... enjoyed tasting at both and we purchased a few of her favorites. If anyone is interested the wineries were Siena and Pyrenees. I found the latter very charming. Set only a mile west of the interstate we happen chanced upon a wedding while entering the grounds. The hosts encouraged us to park and taste their fare despite the ongoing festivities. The winery itself sat amongst fields of grapes bordering on ...