Comfort Inn South
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... The “bridge” is a lava tube (where volcanic lava once flowed) that the river water runs through (it looks like the river suddenly disappears!) before emerging from the rocks 50 feet below. It was VERY cool and extremely beautiful.
The rest of the afternoon was BORING. Driving/getting gas/doing laundry near the town of Medford. It took us HOURS to do our laundry. (I know some of you ...
After seven days on the road it was time to take a break. No alarm clock this morning, leisurely showers, and a nice breakfast was wonderful. We did laundry as the clothes do not clean themselves even when traveling, and then we just relaxed. I did take the opportunity to stalk the hummingbirds at their feeder. The male rufus was very protective of this food supply and consistently chased off ...
... timing, lighting. He was a natural teacher and talker. I had planned on seeing the waterfalls around Diamond Lake the following day, then heading to the coast. He offered recommendations on top of recommendations, all places he had photographed recently, plus gave suggestions on settings/adjustments to get my desired effect.
As we turned the conversation back toward Crater Lake, he mentioned he'd been visiting for years and even had a few photos in ...
... in Medford, Oregon. I am still quite hesitant about staying at their home, for reasons that will become clear when we’re there, but I’ve decided that I don’t want fear to determine how I live. So there you have it. Now you have the background. Let’s go!
Too much to write with so little time! Okay, I’ll do my best to capture the essence!
Warm and welcoming embrace by Jolene and Jeff – no cyber hugs, the ...
... a car in search of food or other smelly stuff and many sites in bear regions are now equipped with very strong, difficult to open steel storage boxes into which one should load one’s food, cosmetics and anything else that might entice one of these potentially dangerous animals. Another couple camping at Diamond Campground and who had stayed there before told us they had seen a black bear around the site on an earlier visit. We slept well but with one ear cocked….