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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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.
After heading back to the campground, we packed up and pulled out. Driving down Rt. 62 west, we stopped at the Rogue Natural Bridge. We ate lunch in the parking area before walking the very short trail to see the ...
... in the Sistine Chapel looking at Michael Angelo's work above me! Incredible that he was literally in that exact place thousands of years ago painting the final judgement and ... Austria: Day with Enrico. He was so much fun and so easy to hang out with! Walking for hours looking for his "swimming hole", belvedere, schonbrunn palace, maze, him kissing me at the end, walking the empty ghost town streets, getting a beer at the restaurant, city center at night, night at the ...
... and Chum did some homework while I made lunch back at the campsite then we packed everything up in the van to go back to the skatepark and met the "friends'' again. By 5:00 it started to rain and the word was that there would be thunder showers so we decided that the answer to the question (to stay or not to stay) another night in Ashland, was "no" and we set out for Roseburg for the night and then go west, toward the coast in the morning.
... set out. We spent an hour or so looking over the many items associated with this phase of WW2 that are to be found in the museum which once housed the operations centre of this historic airfield. The old control tower is also still there as are some of the buildings and bunkers
involved with the fine tuning of “Fat Man” and “Little Boy”, the two megaton nuclear bombs that resulted in huge carnage amongst the population of those two Japanese cities ...
... only 59 miles. Next comes the small burg of Ten Mile. Now we have to vote, do we go to tiny Lookingglass or to Winston, a city of 5329 souls? Winston wins. We pass by a large mill that produces lumber and plywood. We take highway 99 through nearby Dillard to southbound Interstate 5.
We decide to eat lunch in the town of Myrtle Creek (2400 souls). It is part of the Tri City area- Myrtle Creek, Tri City and Riddle. It has a nice sports park and plenty of parking for big rigs. The ...