Best Western Grants Pass Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... neck pillow, pills, chocolate, and mascara, plus any other small necessity a girl may need should the baggage not get there at the same time I do.. Horrible thought. Check it out, my Lily girl wants to go as a stow-away. Wish she could. Melanie will be flying back to Oregon from her three month visit to Australia tomorrow, March 22. I am so anxious to see her. Then she, boyfriend John, and Paisley will be flying out ...
... far from the roadside. They are such beautiful creatures. We also found - and this is hard to believe - an even rarer creature, one whose obsessive photographing of everything that moves, and everything that doesn't, makes Steve look quite sparing and selective. Barbara asked this man, one of our fellow tour members, whether he was taking hundreds of photos. 'Thousands' was the reply.
After lunch we crossed the border into Oregon and went for a wine tasting. ...
... was consistent for most of the morning until about noon and then the sun came out and we made some great time.
Not sure who thought up this antique road trip but this truck is killing me in fuel. Overall it
drives ok, but it revs like hell going up ...
... a couple of hours. So about the Redwoods, once we started to drive into the NP we already could kind of figure out how massive these trees are, even though the ones right next to the streets were babies compared to what you find deep in the woods. After a nice drive through an alley of trees did we find a perfect spot to stop and take a little walk through the forest where we could explore the insanely big ...
... was occupied by a tractor/trailer- augured deeply into the loose gravel.He will have to be towed out! There was even a big sign flashing "escape ramp occupied" courteously letting the next out of control truck driver that he couldn't use that ramp! The next ramps is several miles downhill. Hmmmm, if the driver needs the occupied escape ramp to stop his run away truck.......... Holy Cripes!
The long downhill slope leads into ...