Inn At The Commons
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For those of you not from here, a tradition in Gringolandia, or at least the western part of Gringolandia is a Sunday afternoon drive... My parents being, tradtional insited on a drive to see the leaves in Sportsman's park along the Rogue river, ...
... smoothies in the buffet.
... turn. With so many well-maintained trails, we rarely encountered other hikers. Wonderful and eerie. No sasquatch.
As an aside, somewhere between California and Oregon we caught up to a semi truck pulling a polished stainless tank - so reflective that I could clearly watch my car follow on the highway. Hypnotized, I caught myself several times waking from a trance where I ...
... California, Napa and Sonoma. And we began to drive through foothills and then there was a bridge over water and it was beautiful. So we got off I-5 and took a winding dirt road to the waterside below. It was Turntable Bay which is a finger of Shasta Lake. The water is a bright aqua and the hills around the lake are a bright orange soil. It is calm and serene. We spent quite a while taking pictures and just enjoying the view before getting back onto ...
... known to man. The highest speed recorded there and the current record holder is the 1001.67 kms/hr recorded back in 1970 by Gary Gabelich in his machine Blue Flame. Seems that no one currently wants to (or maybe can) go any quicker although Jeremy Clarkson and the Top Gear team visited a
while back and caused their usual and entertaining mayhem at the venue. We didn’t drive out to the Flats as at this time of year there is nothing happening there, and after our ...