Country Willows Bed and Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... beautiful people who consistently display warmth and unconditional love. Whether I like Medford or not, I always enjoy time there thanks to some most wonderful people. People, I trust, who will always be a major part of my life.
So with work, family, and friends being daily positive aspects, I decided to sell my Isuzu Rodeo. The college graduation gift that had been with me for 7 years. The SUV that had it's ups ...
... remember what I did, how I felt and who I met during my first Europe trip. If my life goes in the direction I'm hoping, there will be many more travels in the coming years and I would love to look back at memories via this blog/journal. I haven't decided if I will post them for others to see. My introverted side is trying to avoid creating a big spotlight on every detail of my trip but at the same time I have a desire to share all of my stories and share with ...
... dog and a dinner salad, two chocolate milkshakes with the metal mixing cup...the kids love that... It was nothing great, but met the requirement of dinner. I was looking online for a hotel in the area and Priceline showed me what was around. I turned to ask the two women sitting at the next table (the only other people in the diner) if they knew anything about the motel I was thinking about. They recommended it and made many other recommendations for the area. ...
... It all helps.
Just north of the town of Rockport on the coast the CA 1 heads off inland. We decided we had seen enough of the tarmac albeit the coastal drive still being very photogenic. So at N39 46.826 W123 49.903 we ducked off the CA 1 onto the Usal Road, what was probably an original logging track through the forests which for many years were the scene of massive timber production. The track very soon deteriorated into a rutted gravel route, winding its way up ...