Best Western Horizon Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... and that's just what the river through the gorge embodied! It was a turbulent, clear, feisty river. So pretty! The trail along the gorge (very short) was paved and well-maintained.
After heading back to the campground, we packed up and pulled out. Driving down Rt. 62 west, we stopped at the Rogue Natural Bridge. We ate lunch in the parking area before walking the very short trail to see the ...
Today was laundry day. Thanks to Freddie, the task was completed with minimum fuss. We drove up scenic Old Stage Road (many goats, cattle and fences) to check out Jacksonville. Lunched at Bella's before taking a trolley tour of the historic district, which was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1966. It was founded with the discovery of gold deposits in the ...
... the driver's brother, who walked up claiming it was all our fault and we owed his brother a new set of tyres at $350 each.
However, we (semi) amicable parted ways after exchanging names and phone numbers, and Jonathan let the van owner know too - he was pretty cool and was just pleased the car could keep going.
Some duct tape and petrol later, we were on our way, shaken, probably stirred, and wondering where that episode would lead.
... see landscapes that were new to me. However, train travel takes a long time and by the time it pulled into Portland I was more than ready to get off of it. I met Myra and Adam there and we drove to Seattle where I would spend the next 2 weeks visiting with them and painting their house. As we crossed the Columbia River, I silently said "see you later" to my favorite state of Oregon and turned to look forward to the next step in my adventure. ...
... other runners are not looking so composed. Several runners huddle around the heater incessantly shivering, while the canvas shelter flaps violently with the swirling forces tormenting the summit. I spot my crew and they help me transition out of my homeless garbage gear and into multiple layers of warmth and dry. After a few bleary-eyed moments adjusting to the bright lights and a general sense of chaos, one volunteer comes up to me and exclaims,