Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Medford-Central Point
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... air, and the latest information was that two out of three complexes in the area were under control, but the third, the Bear Fire Complex was only 70% contained. It made some of the views hazy, but had little impact on us.
We brewed a cuppa in the car park of the Cave Junction Information Centre. We were tempted to take a 3 hour diversion to the National Icon Caves in the hills, where the original timber chalet still operated in a retro style, but we decided ...
... 8217;s a Ducks fan!)
We went on a tour of the Marathon Motor Coach plant. These
are the motor coaches that we can only dream of looking at much less going
inside so this was a real opportunity for us as it was just down the road from
our campsite. This company makes gorgeous homes for lots of people with mega
money! The shell come into the factory from Canada with just the steering wheel
and a grey ...
... our lasts. First he racked then. Then he wrapped them with elastic. Finally, Bill put them all in front of the fan where they will dry overnight. Finally we selected our leathers, cut them and then I learned and practiced skiving. Tomorrow the shoes should take shape and the insoles should be ready to ...
... mountains. What bliss
But the best was next to come when we decided to go explore Crater Lake. It is the deepest lake in America.
The water is aqua and the surrounding areas still have snow on them.
Quite intriguing to see trees with snow round their feet.
Hopefully the pics I posted give you a better idea of how we were entranced by the splendour of the Scenic Oregon road.
... ago! Fred said the town hadn't changed much - it still is a busy port, but he was glad he was in the motorhome and not shipping out!
In the river next to the road, we saw miles and miles of logs floating in the river. We guess they are on their way to be shipped out from Coos Bay. And no, we didn't stop to try ...