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... padlocks. There is vital goods that be required to keep outdoor that most of the time have to be locked for peace of mind purposes. Industrial safety which requires conventional locks. In addition to the normal different types of locks which are attached to wilderness equipment, also there is the instruments which includes built-in locks. Mowers, power motor boats, 4 wheelers, and other products which people commit to and ...
... timing, lighting. He was a natural teacher and talker. I had planned on seeing the waterfalls around Diamond Lake the following day, then heading to the coast. He offered recommendations on top of recommendations, all places he had photographed recently, plus gave suggestions on settings/adjustments to get my desired effect.
As we turned the conversation back toward Crater Lake, he mentioned he'd been visiting for years and even had a few photos in ...
... hood-restaurant-ashland). Mimosa = Check, most amazing veggie breakfast sandwich I've ever had = Check, great coffee = Check! They also make their own small-batches of home made hot sauces.
Final stops in Oregon were made for post card stamps, tiger balm (sore neck from driving), more coffee, and gas (last chance to not have to pump it myself!) And then, it was off to Redding to see my sweet Aunt Marsha!
... surrounding hills and mountains a little, and tonight we could see stars, so hopefully is improving. Don't think I said before that on the outskirts of Ashland is the infamous motel that was used in the Hitchcock movie Psycho (the Bates Motel!!) Quite hot, and we totally relaxed in the afternoon. Had a picnic lunch in the beautiful park of the remaining cheese and nuts from the Rogue Creamery to tide us till dinner, and then stayed ...
... on the green grass around the camp ground. We got some much needed exercise walking some of the trails through and around the huge redwood trees around the camp grounds. Well marked and easy to follow they provide an
up front and personal way of experiencing these great trees at close quarters. It seems so entirely natural to want to want to hug them and wish them another 1000 years of peaceful growth without let or hindrance from mankind. Let’s all ...
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