America's Best Inns & Suites Pear Tree Motel
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... The “bridge” is a lava tube (where volcanic lava once flowed) that the river water runs through (it looks like the river suddenly disappears!) before emerging from the rocks 50 feet below. It was VERY cool and extremely beautiful.
The rest of the afternoon was BORING. Driving/getting gas/doing laundry near the town of Medford. It took us HOURS to do our laundry. (I know some of you ...
... I was mostly working by myself, and if not I was working with my dad or my brother from another, Tim Rupe. This leads me to the best parts of my stay in Medford. Sure I was working and saving some money, but on top of that I was spending time everyday with Pops and one of my best friends! We would see each other all week at work and I would spend the evenings with Pops and Kath, then Friday and Saturday nights were spent at ...
... paper thin - so we were woken up by the kids above screaming and running around at 5am, the breakfast room was so small there wasn't any room (nor any food left) and the room had a funny smell (and it wasn't me or Francesca's feet this time!)
Julie dutifully complained and got a nice discount on the room rate ...
... this was due to past gold panners who had been active in the creek and who had maybe been using mercury as part of the process to separate the gold out from the rock and ore
in which they found it. Who knows. We also walked down to the Escalante river and hiked along its banks, taking off our socks and boots to wade the river in several places. It is a popular hiking trail and we met quite a number of others enjoying the scenery. The days were warm enough but it was still ...
... out. They offered rides at 8am, 9:30am, 10am, and 11am. We were shooting for the 9:30am time because we had a 10:30 tour time.
I awoke at 6:30 with a horrible backache, started coffee, and told the kids it was time to wake up. Nobody budged and we ran out of time so we settled on just the tour. We arrived a little early, at 10:15 and waited for the tour guide, who was running late. We sat by the pond and talked about why we liked this ranch better than the last ...