Fairfield Inn & Suites Medford
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... was interesting. Flying out of Medford, 15 minutes from home, on United was the least expensive and I had a list of schedule and layover options to choose from. I'll have a quick flight to San Francisco, then a red-eye to Houston, then a short two hour flight to Belize City where Melanie and Paisley, her beloved Australian shepherd will be waiting for me. The flight ran me $660 RT. When you see all the flight ...
We left Sutherlin yesterday and took the scenic route to Medford.
This took us past fast running green rivers and hills covered in pine trees as far as the eye can see.
In fact this is how I envisaged Oregon!
We had bought some goodies in a Safeway store. I'm already a card bearing member lol. Gives you member discounts.
So for lunch we parked beside Diamond lake where the backdrop was ...
... to rent ATV's and race along them. There were several ATV's parked next to us and they came in all sizes and shapes. Maybe next time!
We crossed the bridge over the Coos River and drove into Coos Bay. This is a port where Rock Morrissey and Fred shipped out together on the Alice Brown in 1967 - ...
Well last night I stayed at Willow Lake County Park. A beautiful place unfortunately this weekend it was filled to the gills with drunken yahoos and their many dogs. Don't get me wrong I like mixing with all different types of folks, but I get a little cranky after a long hard day of pedaling. Hey, who doesn't? Well my "neighbors" in the park had more and more friends show up the later it got, and everybody had to have a drink. They were not all ...
... down the road in Jambo to find some supper. No sooner were we on the main drag than a police cruiser pulls alongside momentarily, then pulls back behind us
followed by its driver yelling at us over his PA system to pull over and stop. Initially, we didn’t hear him as we had the windows up tight due to the cold, the heater going full blast and the radio on for the weather. Once we had complied with instructions the cruiser pulled in behind us (they never pull in front ...