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... Luckily, Matt spent a good amount of time researching hotels in the area before we ever hit the road and remembered there was a La Quinta located in Ashland, OR, a small town in between Redding and Grants Pass.
We knew our choice was either to drive an hour back through scary, winding mountain roads and try again tomorrow, or hold steady and press on for an hour until Ashland. Tina remembered a time from when she was young that helped make the decision. One ...
... famous for it's Shakespeare Festival. This is some place that I will have to put on my list of places that Suzi and I should visit together.
Only 300 more miles to go today. It should put me home in the early afternoon.
The weather is definitely cooler than that to which I have grown accustomed. I will have to remember to dress warmer these days. ...
... dance moves as Harvey played. I listened and then captured images of Jolene's movement, she moves so naturally and is so comfortable in her body. This all morphed into Harvey finding some classical tango guitar music which he thought Jolene & Jeff would appreciate since they love tango dancing.
Somehow it’s close to 1:30! I observe Jolene improvise lunch by surveying the ingredients on hand in ...
... lack of filling stations in this remote part of the state we finally ended up in the town of Blanding at the Prospector Motor Inn, the cheapest motel in town. Sorry no GPS position (lost with the other computer data mentioned above). There we met up again with Martin from San Francisco, the owner of a 1993 Defender 90 we had chatted to a few days back in the town of Escalante. Seemed he and his son were passing by and spotted Jambo in the car park of our motel. I still wonder ...
... of modern living, the ancestral movement of long-distance wilderness running invites us to step beyond the fringe of our comfortable “village” of convention and convenience and to start discovering a seemingly numinous, wild self that surely harnesses boundless potential. I strive personally to never stop this odyssey of self-discovery, both of my inner and outer ecology. Ultimately, when mind authentically recognizes no division between the two, then a magnificent realization has been made indeed.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility