TownePlace Suites Medford
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... to head to the Arctic. Front heidenau for the Tiger has arrived the
rear shipped today, I will mount them a week before departure to get every mile
out of them as possible.
Wow 12 days and counting!
We left Sutherlin yesterday and took the scenic route to Medford. This took us past fast running green rivers and hills covered in pine trees as far as the eye can see.
In fact this is how I envisaged Oregon!
We had bought some goodies in a Safeway store. I'm already a card bearing member lol. Gives you ...
There is a lot to prepare when spending an extended period of time on motorcycles. We have been installing our pannier racks today and Christine installed a larger touring windshield. 95 litres of lockable baggage, what a luxury! This compared to only 65 litres of rob-able baggage when hiking in the Himalayas for one month, and we ...
... bridge with a $5.00 toll. Seems a bit excessive to me, given that it was an old bridge. But we paid it and moved on.
Eventually we were on I-5 heading north and the sky cleared and the sun shone brightly. I saw a sign for "Correctional Medical Facility" and I thought, could there really be a hospital dedicated to prison inmates? My research tells me that indeed there is. California has so many aging inmates, that they built this facility to care ...
... earlier. Also a big attraction not far from both is Yosemite National Park, another “Must See” so far as we were concerned.
We ended up our first night out of Salt Lake City at the small border town of Wendover. It actually straddles the state borders of Utah and Nevada and a nowadays somewhat faded white line depicting the border runs across the main street in the town. On the more sanctimonious Utah side there are no casinos and few if any places to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services