FairBridge Inn Express
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Others we just slowed down as we passed to get a good look.
I can't say enough about what a wonderful road is the 101. The scenery is always changing from seashore to forest, sometimes the road is level with the beach, sometimes it climbs several hundred feet above the beach. Some beaches are sandy, others are rocky, and others like the one back at Yaquina Head are actually rounded stones. All of it is very beautiful, and we could easily ...
... running from the Males because they did not want to get caught in the middle.
There are two Rhinos in the park that are allowed to roam free. They do not ram cars, but they do flatten tires on occasion, so they are closely watched by the park rangers.
We saw Cape Eland Antelope, Gemsbok Gazelles, a herd of Zebras and a White Bearded Wildebeest. Next came the Giraffes and Elephants. These are separated from the ...
It was a beautiful day for a drive. The traffic cooperated and the total travel time was about 3 1/2 hours, with several stops enroute to stretch the legs. We passed Eugene and were just ahead of Lee and Claudia, when we stopped for gas in Roseburg. Pulling back on to the freeway, I saw Lee and Claudia drive by. We caught up with them at the next rest stop and traveled the last 10 miles or so ...
... Weather has turned hot--mid 90's and nites are cool. Just like home. Fresh veges from our neighbor. The round yellow vege is a lemon cuke (looks like a lemon on outside and taste and looks inside like a cuke. No we did not drive the "rig" through the covered ...
... the last 10,000 years Mount Shasta has erupted an average of every 800 years but in the past 4,500 years the mountain has erupted an average of every 600 years. The last significant eruption on Mount Shasta may have occurred about two centuries ago.
The United States Geological Survey considers Mount Shasta a dormant volcano ...