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... Wilson. Tyrone has been with OSF for 20 seasons, and plays several parts in Much Ado about Nothing. He and Suzanne Witucki, an Ashland resident and longtime Shakespeare teacher, introduced us to the characters and story of Antony and Cleopatra, or C & A, as they called it, which we would see this evening. We also met Christiana Clark, a terrific actor we would be seeing in both C&A ...
... 8216;Maybe’. So we moved
In the Shasta Trinity area we walked to waterfalls in McCloud and Dunsmuir, where we also met a rare and lovely person these days - a truly content man. He was tending the park where we picnicked and talked to us about the beautiful dogwoods that are only ...
... We aren't sure if it was the stress of the morning drive mixed with how hungry we were, or if everything was really that good, but trust us when we say we NEEDED that food. Pasta Piatti is HIGHLY recommended if you are ever checking out the area.
Tomorrow, the weather is slated to improve throughout the region. We are planning to make it to Vancouver, WA, but as we have seen with the past two days- it all depends on what Mother Nature has up her sleeve.
Well, today was fantastic. We awoke attempting to be heading to a trail head by 9 AM. Needless to say, Andy and I slowed down the process but we were off really close to 9. We hit up the local Arco am/pm for some gatorade prior to taking a windy road out of town and up to the trailhead. We hiked for about 2 hours, with a short steep climb up front followed by a fairly level trail through towering pines, ...
... those counties vowed to form their own state, the State of Jefferson (after Thomas). That was in 1941. Well along came Pearl Harbor and put the kibosh on that plan. All those involved in the movement signed a pledge of allegiance to the U.S. and honorably served in WWII. There are still signs supporting the State of Jefferson painted on barns, and outbuildings. I'm not sure about seceding but I'm pretty sure these folk have the right idea ...