Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Medford-Central Point
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I don't want to keep harping on about the food here, but we went out to dinner last night and I saw fried zucchini (courgettes to you and I) on the menu. This is my favourite starter at our local Italian restaurant so I ordered them. As Gordon said afterwards, "The clue was in the name- zucchini logs." Three large courgettes, halved breadcrumbed and fried arrived at our table. I tried to send them back, not recognising them as what I'd ordered as my dainty ...
... br> So for lunch we parked beside Diamond lake where the backdrop was snow covered mountains. What bliss
But the best was next to come when we decided to go explore Crater Lake.
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 ...
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 ...
... and a few local organizers we were the only onlookers but it was fun to watch these great horsemen and women riding their mounts in pairs and at speed across the earth arena, in pursuit of a speedy steer (calf) released from one end of the arena. The idea is that the clock runs from the moment the steer is released on his run across the ring and stops only once the two riders have respectively lasssoed both ends of the steer (around the head and horns and around the rear leg or ...