Country Willows Bed and Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and had lunch. We'll go back this evening again. It's hard to believe we have been on the road for almost 3 1/2 months and that I'm not tired of traveling or being in the HB. What a great trip it has been. I'm looking forward to reading my blog to remind myself what we have seen and done. Too much to recall! But tomorrow we will be home. Then it's clean up time and reorganizing for the next adventure. Until next ...
Well after finishing another ski season, 4 wild and lovely days at Coachella, and completing a whirlwind week of packing, moving and saying many "goodbyes" or "see ya agains"; it was time to leave Tahoe and head to Medford. The days leading up to my departure consisted of off-loading every disposable possession and spending as much time as possible with friends. As usual, this time centered around the lake and beer. ...
... drive right around the rim of the crater and view the lake as you go. Just amazing what Mother Nature can do when she blows her top, sort of speak. On our way down from the crater we stopped at a lovely water fall, Vidae Falls. Not as spectacular as the lake but nice anyway. As we got further south we could feel the weather get hotter. By the time we reached Ashland it was 89F (32C). We saw a Costos store on our way in and after Charlene ...
... from my family. I was one of 10 students from the SOU Business school to be selected to study abroad. Since the universtiy is picking up a good portion of my expenses, I decided to not only take classes in Germany, but to also travel around Europe while I am there and have the time/energy. I will be spending the next two months on almost $1,500 for spending/traveling money. Saving money and doing cheap or better yet free things will be a major focus of mine while ...
... to think we won’t see these places again….
Once back on the US 101 next to the Eel River we soon branched off the highway again to take the Avenue of the Giants route CA 254. This pretty diversion takes one around and past a veritable forest of giant redwoods so thick on the ground and high into the canopy that in places it seems as if one is experiencing a solar eclipse needing the use of one’s headlights to be clearly seen by traffic coming from ...