SpringHill Suites Medford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 160;4 weeks from now, April 6. John flies back to the U.S.on May 7. I leave for Belize on May 6, arriving May 7. Ironically, it's the same plane on the same day. Totally unplanned. Two ships passing in the night. Melanie will be dropping off and picking up at the same time. Convenience is everything. The planning of this trip has been so exciting to me. Photos included with many moreover ...
I could hear Woody Guthrie singing "this land is your land", as we explored the Redwood Forests with a new appreciation for this classic American song. The video includes legendary Pete Seeger and company singing Woody Guthrie's ...
... road that dead-ends at the caves. But still glad I went. Only 5% of all caves in the world are marble caves and this is the only one in all the U.S., so that alone made it worthwhile. The most complete and northernmost jaguar fossil in the U.S. was discovered in the caves (dated at 38,000 yrs. old). There are also 5 species of small critters that live nowhere else but here. The caves can only be seen on ranger-led tours of 12-14 people. We had a ...
... household laughing, drinking, and enjoying some good good times. The past 7 or 8 years I haven't been to fond of Medford. Something about the town is just off-putting to me and it's not the type of environment I'd consider settling down in. I understand it's perfect and great for many of my close friends, it's just not for me though. So when I'm there I purposefully lay low and spend most of my time with Pops and Kathy, ...
... We left you not far from Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah from where we headed east along the UT 12 state route and found a great BLM (Bureau of Land Management) campsite at Calf Creek (N37 47.696 W111 24.820). It was a nice drive getting there, the road wending its way up and down through red rock gorges and then crossing the Escalante River. The campsite charged
just $7 but did not have showers, just long drop toilets. With sites strung out along Calf Creek which ...