Rogue Regency Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free parking
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... and that's just what the river through the gorge embodied! It was a turbulent, clear, feisty river. So pretty! The trail along the gorge (very short) was paved and well-maintained.
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... Kathy Briggs and then on to Folsum, California to spend the night with friends, John and Earlynn. Kicking back now with a cocktail and then out for dinner. I am sure it will be an early night for us. Traveling can be exhausting, but the trip is worth it. ...
... focused on the mirror truck. When we slowed for a small town, I took a photo - celebrating yet another "greatest photo ever taken".
Likewise, upon entering Oregon, the pine-covered mountains split by winding river valleys were quite mesmerizing. Wasn't expecting such splendid scenery. Stopped for a moment to capture the Rogue River. Looking forward to this Oregon.
... 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 ...
... earlier. Also a big attraction not far from both is Yosemite National Park, another “Must See” so far as we were concerned.
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