Country Willows Bed and Breakfast Inn
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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 ...
... watch.) The bird did not move on, instead he was intently watching me watching him. I switched to my long lens and continued to photograph - at this point he seemed to hold poses like a fashion model, shifting head and/or body every few seconds. Then holding. We had a connection; I was very excited about it.
So excited that I didn't notice that an older gentleman (late 60's but I'm a terrible judge of age) had pulled up and was watching the exchange, ...
Ashland Oregon, June 20th
Extraordinary! I have just attended the most odd Shakespeare production I think I have ever seen.
The venue: The Allen Elizabethan Theatre at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Imagine Wimbledon Centre Court (sans roof) cut in half with a four storey half-timbered house along the netline and a stage plonked in front. Thus only the actors and the most expensive seats get wet.
The set: Like a reject from The ...
Fri, Aug 23, 2013 at 1:06 PM1:06 PMMessage starreArtycottage – That’s the name of they place where we’re staying in Ashland. It’s about 7 miles (about15 minutes) outside of town, but worth the trip. It is one of the most artfully done places I’ve ever been. (you can see pictures on their website -- http://www.artycottage.com/www.artycott age.com/Welcome.html)
Booth and I have ...
... detailed layout were far from accurate in places. It was 1st and 2nd gear for much of the way with a couple of places where 4x4 traction was needed through the muddy bits chewed up by the Ford brigade ahead of us. Even so the 40 kms or so of forest Usal Road to the tarred road just east of Shelter Cove on the coast where we planned to stop for the night took us well over 2 hours.
It’s a long downhill to Shelter Cove from the mountains ...