Fairfield Inn & Suites Medford
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... to go trekking but we saw some excellent sides of the mountain. Over the course of three days, we hiked to three of the best views on the western side: Eagle Peak, Gobbler’s Knob, and Van Trump Park (by way of Comet Falls). It was a refreshing break from urbanity and great to sit out under the stars every night with a campfire.
For these two parks, I'll let the photos speak for themselves for the rest!
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 ...
... to chat to people with good strong opinions on things….
Next up the coast after crossing the Russian River at Bridgehaven on the CA 1 we had a glorious scenic drive to the Manchester State Park campsite (N38 58.939 W123 41.965) where for only the second time on the trip we hauled out our little hiking tent for an airing and slept in it pitched
on the grass behind Jambo. Again, that dreaded fog and chilly wind conspired to try and freeze us out and ...