Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Medford-Central Point
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... Landmark. Jacksonville was once a thriving county seat but when the railroad passed it by and went to Medford instead, it went into decline. That turned out to be a good thing in a way, because Medford and other towns grew and modernized, while Jacksonville stayed the same!
After lunch at one of the many good restaurants, we strolled up and down the main streets, and checked out the grounds ...
... to the Rogue Creamery for some great cheese and the Chocolate store next door. Food, Food, Food.
We finally headed back up to Joe Creek Waterfalls RV Park and has decided to stay until Friday...really nice park here.
We'll hit the Oregon Caves tomorrow and head out on Friday for the coast...Brookings or somewhere up the coast from there.
... way to the campground so we knew what area they were in so off we went. Found the show and a parking spot so we started wondering. They said they had 600 but since this is longer than a weekend I don't think they were all here today. There was a good selection and we noticed that when we were at the 2 events in Northern California there were a lot of Studebakers but there were none here but there were a lot ...
... 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 ...