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... that circles the lake, stopping along the way at the overlooks to take in the views and to eat our picnic lunch. We were fortunate to have such a beautiful day with temperatures reaching about 60 degrees. Often there is snow in October in the park. The pictures I have attached capture some of the most stunning and unusual views. We stopped for dinner at Beckie's Cafe which is part of the Union ...
... down the road to where 2 waterfalls were. Before we hiked down we met a couple from Sarasota which is one of the first for our trip. It didn't look like a long walk but it was all down hill and easy. The first one, Mill Creek Falls, was running pretty fast and actually looked like it was coming from a tube thru the trees and the other one, Barr Creek Falls, was smaller. Now to hike UP the hill to get back to the car and back to the motorhome.
... household laughing, drinking, and enjoying some good good times. The past 7 or 8 years I haven't been to fond of Medford. Something about the town is just off-putting to me and it's not the type of environment I'd consider settling down in. I understand it's perfect and great for many of my close friends, it's just not for me though. So when I'm there I purposefully lay low and spend most of my time with Pops and Kathy, ...
Today we went to the Redwood National Park. It was really nice. We took the ride up route 101 and through the park. We stopped at several of the overlooks and took a few walking paths through the redwoods, including the Lady Bird Johnson Grove. We also saw the ...
... who was put out when asked to move his car off the road so I could make the swing into our site, getting in was no problem. And our site was on the Rogue River - what a beautiful scene to look at. A gentleman was fishing for trout, salmon were jumping on their way up to the hatchery to spawn, tubers floated by routinely, and we sat on provided seating beside the river and vegetated.
Oh, on the way to ...