TownePlace Suites Medford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... seems very fitting to begin a new state. The excitement of the crossing and the zero visibility from all the smoke of the fires everywhere certainly got us inspired to give some big miles today. We also crossed 1700 shortly after the border crossing. Miles are melting. Thanks for all the memories California, we had an amazing time. Oregon, seduce us with your ...
Accompanying song: "The High Road" by Broken Bells
Oil change today. What do I do when my car inevitably falls apart?? There's still quite a few miles left in the Monte, but today I looked deeply into its eyes/headlights and could tell it was facing its own mortality. These mountain roads, the ups and downs and so many curves at oxygen-sucking elevations, are taking a toll. ...
... Lake book. Oh, he's a real photographer. For CL: "stop everywhere, do everything." Beyond the park, his recommendations provided a short-term roadmap for the trip, and the photography lessons opened up a new aperture for me. After a full day of exploring, we were in the gift shop looking at postcards. Nearby, I spotted a coffee-table style book - mostly photographs. Flip to the back fold - there's my old man, younger in the photo but with the same tripod, author.
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 ...