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We arrived in Grants Pass Oregon.
Our day started with traveling through down town San Francisco to get to the Golden Gate Bridge. It was foggy as always in San Francisco and we took our last picture of the city.
The way to Grants Pass lead us next to the coast up north and through the Redwood Forest. It rained like crazy that's why I don't have a lot ...
... and Molly pulls hard at the leash. She sets Maverick off so now we have two dogs pulling at the leash! What fun! What appears to be a couple of squirrels are uncharacteristically inanimate- like haven't moved one iota. We let Molly smell the "squirrel" and she loses interest. The "squirrels" are like sized cast iron lawn art dogs!
Ashland is a beautiful town built on the shoulder of the Siskiyou range. It is famous for its summer Shakespeare Festival. ...
... root, that it is difficult to pull out. We also know that if the root doesn't come out of the ground it will grow a new plant in no time. Thursday we go out at pull those suckers for three hours and give up. We take out a swath of broom that measures 20' by 50'. If one did not see the very large pile of broom that we had stacked, no one would notice that any of it was missing. I mean to tell you, there is broom everywhere!
Last night we took some aspirin and enjoyed hot showers in ...
... a soldier at attention. They seemed to touch the sky as I stood like an insignificant ant below them. The air was silent...and intoxicatingly pure. I was high on nature. And so it went, we'd drive for a while, then do a brake stand when another, even bigger one came into veiw. I found it strangly ironic that the fence along the road was not made of wood at all, it was a stamped concete pretending to be wood boards.
And just like that… they were gone again. We ...
... and numerous trees for shade. A walking trail along the bank of the Rogue River leads from one loop to the next for a total of a little over a mile. This is a beautiful park.
The hot weather still haunts us. It's 88 degrees today and feel muggy. This evening the clouds are building. Big clouds that can turn into thunder heads.
Tomorrow we will push on to our week long home in Silverton, Oregon- Silver Spur RV Park.