Hampton Inn Medford
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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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After running through the campground for exercise (it was COLD!), I got the rest of my gang to ride bikes to explore several paths near the river. We crossed the river on a pretty footbridge and then found a HUGE fallen tree that traversed the river. It was SO wide that Rees, Annie, and Wes could stand side by side on the trunk! We left the campground to ride bikes down the rode to the Rogue Gorge. Rogue ...
There is not much to write about for today's journey. We left Winnemucca with heavy clouds and rain, the remnants of Hurricane Blanca from the Pacific, but not more than 30 to 40 miles up the road we were out of the rain and sunny skies showed up. Our drive was 400 miles of two lane road across the northern Nevada flat desert like area to the tree covered mountains of Oregon. Many miles of the drive were ...
... br> Crater Lake was formed after Mount Mazama erupted approximately 7,700 years ago. Geologists speculate that it would have been Oregon's highest point - higher than Mount Hood in the north. Instead, the volcano erupted, ...
... only inspired me but have crystallized my personal creative style – as a mixed media artist – combining verse, photography, painting and handmade book format. I wanted to thank her and express my gratitude.
Wasu! That’s not an exclamation but a style of massage and body movement performed in water. Jolene has a personal connection to water with a significant body of photographic work that is set under water. That in combination with ...
... As it turned out we were able to do all of these things.
We found a good deal at a Motel 6 in the suburb of Midvale (again, sorry no GPS info) where we could park Jambo and take the slick and intriguing TRAX rapid transit train into the city centre to visit all things Mormon. The TRAX runs like a normal, fast urban commuter train, but as it gets
closer into the city centre it slows down and starts running along the centre of the main streets kind of morphing into ...