Rodeway Inn Ashland
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... assorted dead voles.
Richmond clearly didn't want to be there, probably because his entire oeuvre was accompanied by owl calls. He rattled through his first speeches, rushed about a bit, had a quick zizz, stabbed Richard and said how peaceful it would be now and bang, blackout, play over.
Oh, and if you have been wondering where Hector Molloy has gone, he's here. In Ashland. Playing Lord Rivers. Absolute spitting image. Extraordinary!
... traveled over the dirt road for a while but all we could find were hiking trails, we think the reservoir is long gone. We came the back roads and noticed that there were a lot of cattle and horse ranches and apple and pear orchards (I guess for Harry and David) and of course winery's. It seems like everyone outside of town has gates onto their property. Washed the dirty car for the 3rd time since this campground allowed washing!! Time to get ready for the next ...
... grateful for our friends in southern Oregon. We love each of you and will miss you dearly. Thank you for your friendship, love, support, and great memories. Some amazing friends of ours, Steven and Karen, gave this advice for the summer: "be safe but take chances". Let the adventure ...
... in Oregon apparently they don't post signs at the summit so no pictures to prove it! Trust me it was a beautiful climb for the first 2000 ft. the last 1000 ft., however, kicked up to 10-12% grade........just what the "doctor" ordered for my wobbly legs! After numerous stops to rest and eat it was done. I like mountains, they are vast and majestic. Dead Indian summit for instance took 12 miles to climb (do the math I know you roadies want too), yes much of the climb was at 3.5-4 ...
... now that I've squashed the fear that people apparently think I should be shaking with, I will address my actual fears. 1) navigating transit by myself. Being lost is something I can embrace and will expect to happen a dozen times during my trip. I'm just hoping these times aren't at night in the middle of Florence, Italy, after a long day, when I just want to get back to my hostel to be safe and sleep. 2) feeling lonely. This will not apply to the pre-solo-travel ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed