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... shores of Lake Ewauna. Looking at all the visitor info we learned that the area we passed through yesterday had once been marshland and had been reclaimed hence the farming. Other crops grown are mint and onions also Alfalfa which is used in medicines. There were once lots of Timber Yards and the Southern Pacific Railroad was built to transport the wood. This engine had been in use till 1958. On leaving Klamath we had Upper Klamath Lake ...
... very much at the wedding! We were invited to the rehearsal dinner at Mary-Alice & Mike's lovely home. It is on the Mckenzie River and looks like a lodge. They bought it at a sheriff's sale and it had been empty for 3 years. They have labored endlessly to make it a dream home. They have a before and after picture book and it's amazing to see the differences. It was fun to be with all the Rodstrom's. We can't wait for the ...
... where old hippies come to die. Can't verify that statement but over the years of visiting this lovely state we have sure seen a lot of older folk wearing tie dyed "T" shirts, granny dresses and wearing their hair in long gray pony tails! I can say that my brother in law fit the bill to the "T" when he lived just north of Portland, working in Oregon and living in Washington State - not so much now that he lives in Idaho.
The city ...
... had us driving through light to fairly heavy smoke coming from many wildland fires to our west.
Ever climbing we finally see the sign we are looking for- "Welcome to Oregon". Yea baby! We continue the climb to Siskiyou Summit then take the long downhill roller coaster ride down to Ashland. Beautiful country this is. OK, Mike keep your eyes on the road. Many 50 mph curves lie ahead while descending off of Mt. Ashland. The road flattens out into ...
... inventive with flying machines and although I am a car guy I have to say we haven't done a lot with the car given its basic structure of 4 wheels and an engine. Obviously we have built the two wheeled car which we dipped in chrome and called a Harley Davidson but the aero guys have tried everything.
This model collection is unique, beautiful and priceless and I am honoured to have seen it.