Travel Blogs from Ashland
Arrived at Ashland just after lunchtime.
First task of the day was to find somewhere to stay - our preferred place The Peerless Hotel had two slight issues - one they had a wedding taking place which meant limited options to stay and two - they didn't take small children - so that ruled them out. Triply compounded by the fact that their …
... Rises - all black rubber portcullises and pointy black finials on the staircases.
Costumes: Glittery - the word "pageant" sprang to mind.
Richard had many afflictions:
A gammy leg (in calipers)
An extraordinary limp
A huge hump
A withered arm
A twisted hand
A terrible wig
A complete inability to pronounce English place names properly.
These were some of his afflictions.
Buckingham was tiny. I ...
... around every time the wind blows b SUNDAY 6/15-Happy Fathers Day!!! Today we decided to go to Jacksonville...Oregon. In 1851 gold was discovered in this area so the town grew fast. It became the county seat but when the railroad went thru Medford in the late 1800's the town dwindled, then the county moved the seat to Medford they started losing more residents. In the 60's they were named a National Historic Landmark and the town has worked hard to ...
... 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 ...
... We aren't sure if it was the stress of the morning drive mixed with how hungry we were, or if everything was really that good, but trust us when we say we NEEDED that food. Pasta Piatti is HIGHLY recommended if you are ever checking out the area.
Tomorrow, the weather is slated to improve throughout the region. We are planning to make it to Vancouver, WA, but as we have seen with the past two days- it all depends on what Mother Nature has up her sleeve.