Comfort Inn South
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My parents don't stop, they are amazing... like the bees in the lavender, they never stop... their garden is a marvel... after watering a bit and moving things around, he grilled some meat and we ate dinner while they are watching basketball play offs.
Tomorrow I am off to Corvallis for a mini reunion with amigos from Oregon State University back to the Gap on Monday.
Life is good!
... mountains in all directions..
We checked into our motel at about 3:00, unpacked and went for a quick re-con into downtown, stopping in at Beerworks for a couple of coldies. We noticed a little dive bar right next to our hotel that served Chinese food and thought we'd give it a try. A quick little storm came through about 6:00 and after that we headed towards ...
... that can be reached at low tide (trapped at high tide) - we enjoyed the scenery from the shore.
On to the main show. Redwood National and State Parks consists of a series of state parks, all with a focus on the coastal redwood forest, plus an incredible scenic highway linking dozens of groves with hiking trails. I imagine that deciding a ...
... is legendary! When they came and picked us up to take us back to the dealership, as a token of our appreciation, we surprised them with a giant size pizza of their own to enjoy.
Because Tim needed to be certain to have access to an Ethernet connection to do his radio show live on Saturday, we checked into a hotel in Medford which had what he needed.
We continue to enjoy all the mountains, evergreens, and of course Crush LOVES the windy roads!
... could provide space for two Boeing 747 jumbo jets side by side whilst the huge roof area covering some 3 acres is planted with trees and grass to imitate the surrounding countryside. A tall central spire forms the source of a 20m high waterfall whilst an underground car park can handle up to 1400 vehicles. It’s massive indeed and illustrates graphically that the LDS Church is not exactly short of money! We joined a guided tour of the building and were shown portraits ...