Shilo Inn Grants Pass
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 1 hour hike down to the boat dock just to get on the boat. It's really kind of an all day adventure. But we had to make sure, so we checked at the kiosk and all tours for the day were sold out. We were only a little disappointed, as we always assumed we wouldn't be able to get a boat ride.
Our stop at Rim Village was also of first chance to actually see Crater Lake, and it really is breathtaking. The water is really a ...
We left Grants Pass, Oregon at 7 this morning and as we were looking for a Starbucks in town we came upon the warehouse and show room for fire mountain gems, my all time favorite on line site to buy my beads! Well I got so excited, for who doesn't need beads when you are a jewelry maker! But wait the parking lot is empty, maybe we are just here to early right? So we go into the lot and they had these darling beaded up bears outside which there are photos of on ...
... This is a beautiful country drive through lush farmland. We stop at a roadside apple/fruit farm and buy apples and peaches and cider for the car Prices are way better here than at Pike Place market and the fruit is fresh off the trees.
... 8217;t work. No contest. So now we use our remaining stocks of gasoline for starting our wood fires with a bang! Works better than gimmicky and often useless firelighters.
We headed back inland from Shelter Cove and branched off onto first the Ettersburg Road and later the Mattole Road to short cut across to the US 101. These back country roads, unlike the forest tracks we had come into Shelter Cove on were mostly tarred if twisty. But the scenery they served up at every ...
... to the Pacific coast in
Cresent City. It was gorgeous weather, hardly a cloud in the sky. The water seemed to glisten with the sun reflecting on it. We tried to go to the visitor’s center for the Redwood Forest, but again it was closed. We found a sandy stretch to walk along and wrote some messages in the sand. Dad collected samples of driftwood for everyone and we enjoyed the sunshine on our
skin for a while. We went back to a place where Greer saw a ...