TownePlace Suites Medford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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I don't want to keep harping on about the food here, but we went out to dinner last night and I saw fried zucchini (courgettes to you and I) on the menu. This is my favourite starter at our local Italian restaurant so I ordered them. As Gordon said afterwards, "The clue was in the name- zucchini logs." Three large courgettes, halved breadcrumbed and fried arrived at our table. I tried to send them back, not recognising them as what I'd ordered as my dainty ...
... but alas they were closed for the holiday. Glenn was smiling all the way today just thinking of the money we saved due to the holiday.
We never found the Starbucks but we did find when one in Roseberg, and as we drove through town in the early morning hours smack dab in front of us was a doe crossing the road right in town with her two fawns, good thing Glenn slowed to a crawl and let them get across the road. We could not believe our eyes. Deer two days ...
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The state of Oregon continued the majesty and grandeur that is everywhere in this area. But did you know that it is illegal to pump your own gas in Oregon, with a $1500 fine? And no, I didn't pump my own. The only other state with a similar law is New Jersey. Crater Lake is their only Nat. Park but going south I saw that I was close to Oregon Caves Nat. Monument and being a cave lover I thought why not. Well, turns out it is a 20 mile narrow, extremely ...
... 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 ...