Fairfield Inn & Suites Medford
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... to California, and also some rich farmland.
We crossed the I-5 at Grant's Pass, a romantically named town recounting the arduous cross country trekking pioneers made to reach the west coast of the USA.
But for us, it was a chance to grab a few supplies, have lunch at a rotunda in a lush green park near the Rogue River grab a cache and plan the next stage of the journey.
The land dried up again as we headed into the Cascades, the volcanic ...
... 8217;s coach now.
We got to go inside one that was just completed and let me just say I wouldn’t
be able to get comfortable in it – so plush!! Jim said he didn’t think he’d be
able to drive one down the road knowing he’d spent 1.2 Million dollars and
above! So I think we’ll start playing the lottery and see what happens since
that will be the only way we could afford anything like this. ...
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 - ...
... its silent and lofty interior is not lost on one. It’s more than sad to see one that has fallen after its long, long life in these ancient forest stands. Lightning, an overweight of snow on its lofty branches and foliage, or maybe erosion of the soil around its surprisingly shallow root system are common causes for the demise of these arboreal giants. Trying to count the rings across the trunk of one of the fallen ones is a non starter – they are too numerous and too ...