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... fingernails and toenails. It certainly looked and felt a lot more real than on TV! Stayed at the Kah-Nee-Ta Resort and Spa located 13 miles off the highway from another small town called Warm Springs, location of a small casino. The resort was a huge, convention and recreation destination complex on hundreds of acres of high desert-like rolling hills. Duke, Barb and I were in the RV park and Donna and Jeff had luxurious hotel accommodation ... ...
... There is no tax on stuff in Oregon (but not gas). We came across Lava land, piles of black lava rock. There is a park for this volcanic area. We stopped by Gordy's truck stop for dinner in La Pine. The air is clearer here as we pull into Big Pines RV park for the night in Crescent, Or.
Another long day. Good showers and quiet so far.
We have a trolley tour of Crater Lake tomorrow, but we hear the visibility is poor from the fires.
I must visit the sandman.
... coastal campsite. We drove down and the road took us close and away from the coast. We winded thru some farm towns, temperate forests, swamps and also sandy stretches of beach. We were driving a while and I thought Shima would enjoy another frolic on a beach. I didn't know where we would be staying just yet but I knew we were in the general area. I hit a little town and decided to pull back to stop at the local grocery ...
... of you Auburn Alumni (and you KNOW who you are!!) the manager of all the concessions in the park was a delightful young man by the name of Courtney D. who graduated from (GO War Eagles) Auburn University. We have been reading the Coon’s blog and it seems that they run into Auburn folk at least every other day…I guess today was our day. He said to mention that he is very charming…which he was!
... a reminder that our roadtrip is almost over. We were saying...."We only have a week and a half left of vacation." Then laugh because normally a week off would be a long vacation for us. It really puts things in perspective.
We didn't know where we would stay tonight. We could make Grants Pass by 9pm if we wanted to push through. After some texting to my brother, Todd, who resides in Grants Pass, ...