La Quinta Inn & Suites Ashland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Another day, another change in our travel itinerary. We woke up this morning and immediately checked the weather for the day. The news nearly crushed us; an ice storm warning was posted overnight for the Eugene area. Matt called the Eugene hotel front desk and asked about the local conditions, but the attendant wasn't much help. We made the …
Today was a great day and a foody day. We heading south to Medford, OR and got a tour of the Hearing Dog School. They were great...yhey use only rescue dogs from the pound and train them as hearing dogs for deaf/hard-of-hearing people. Good Sam (national RV Group) is their biggest sponsor.
Then we headed over to Harry & Davids..the gift basket people. ...
... We met up with Butch and Connie here and renewed or friendship and laughs. Played some shuffle board in the Elks and Sequence in the HB. Got the dreaded call from Marianne that Don had passed away yesterday, Sept 30. He leaves a big whole in this world. I'm so so sad. Writing this in Ashland where are staying two nights at the Holiday RV park. Nice park with shade trees and grass. The town is so charming. ...
There is a lot to prepare when spending an extended period of time on motorcycles. We have been installing our pannier racks today and Christine installed a larger touring windshield. 95 litres of lockable baggage, what a luxury! This compared to only 65 litres of rob-able baggage when hiking in the Himalayas for one month, and we ...
Our original plan had been to travel further down the Oregon coast from Newport and then turn inland to Ashland for the night on our way to Lake Tahoe. But we woke up to more heavy fog and decided to change the route to head directly inland to find the sun. So we took route 20. We quickly found ourselves gaining elevation and driving through the rain forests that I had imagined. I was blown away by the moss covered trees. I was always taught that moss grows on the north side ...