Comfort Inn South
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... in a candy store too...)! We were both famished (more so me) since we hardly ate the whole day so we overdid it a little at dinner! The hostess even gave us a card and free dessert after finding out about our special occasion. We are finally resting for the evening on our last day at the B&B. Up early tomorrow to head to Crater ...
Headed back to Zach's family home in Medford for Erin and Brian's wedding rehearsal and dinner in Eagle Point.
Went to Erin and Brian's wedding which was a lot of fun. Erin was beautiful. Played Giant Jenga, saw lots of family, and Serina even road on the back of cousin Mike's Motorcycle.
Went to BBQ along Rogue river hosted by ...
... I've ever seen. But the volcano wasn't finished. Once the caldera filled with snow melt, another eruption created a cinder cone island, now named Wizard Island. And without further ado...less chat, more splat:
... experiences and we're grateful.
The full moon light is creating long shadows in the pool – Jolene asked if I could capture images of her shadow as she moved in the water – what fun to collaborate, to figure out how to focus the camera in such dark lighting and moving around to capture her shadow as she moved. I am curious to see what the photos will look like and then what direction Jolene goes with them. That’s a coming attraction.
... was originally made from a strange mixture of massive timbers, rawhide, plaster and shingles. This was replaced by the present day shiny alloy in 1947. The Tabernacle originally served as the main meeting and bi-annual conference centre for the church and could seat up to 7000 people. But the needs and size of the church soon required a bigger building and the enormous Convention Centre completed in 2000 and seating up to 21,000 delegates now fulfills that need. It occupies ...