Best Western Grants Pass Inn
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Hi from some small American town (not sure which one, depends on when we can find a library that's open with free Internet access!) .....
We've been on the road just a week but have already experienced a wide variety of scenery and temperature (I seem to remember saying the same last year!). A few of you commented on the heat we were experiencing at the time of my last post, and lamenting ...
... it was about 50º outside!!! I scoured to internet to find somewhere that was open so we could get breakfast before exploring/hiking in the redwoods. We ended up at a diner called Peppers about 6 miles away. The food was fine but a little overpriced for a diner. We took off and decided to take the N entrance to the Ave of Giants and find a spot to hike.....we settled on a grove aabout half way down with a river hike.....until we found out it was under construction and was ill ...
It was great to meet up with Christian again – some three and half years since saying goodbye to him and his French Canadian travelling companion Marc in Egypt whilst on our trip from South Africa to Norway. We were also made most welcome by his now fiancée, Persephone, at their comfy home in the forest at Lemon Grove just outside Truckee. We had last seen her at JJs in
Nairobi when she had flown out to meet up with Christian and Marc also on their ...
... which pack a combined 1200 horsepower - to put that in perspective, our motorhome has only one engine and 300 horses! :( Needless to say, Jim felt a little discouraged at this and made an immediate resolution to add at least one new engine and 500 more ...
... side of the roads came a lot closer than either of us liked. We
finally got off of Highway 80 and started north on the coolest road
ever, Route 89. Words can't describe this route, it was absolutely
beautiful. It was only a 2 lane road, but we were never pushed,
never had to pass anyone, or anyone passed us.
About 80 miles into the morning we
decided to stopped at this little Cafe in the middle of no where.