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... to the Rogue Creamery for some great cheese and the Chocolate store next door. Food, Food, Food.
We finally headed back up to Joe Creek Waterfalls RV Park and has decided to stay until Friday...really nice park here.
We'll hit the Oregon Caves tomorrow and head out on Friday for the coast...Brookings or somewhere up the coast from there.
After a long drive from California we arrived at Joe Creek Waterfalls RV Park just north of Grants Pass and we LOVE it here. It's quiet, rustic but clean and tidy, surrounded by trees and nature. And it's a beautiful, completely clear, nice warm day. They offer monthly rates here so this is definitely on my list for that. Today is our first full day and we're just relaxing, doing a bit of organizing (since Linda is traveling with me there's more "stuff" in the rig ...
When we got up this morning in Grants Pass, it was snowing
to beat the storm. We were glad that we made the extra effort to get through the mountains to reach Grants on Thursday night or we really could have been in trouble on Friday
Special thanks to ...
... good thing I was on the driver's side or it would've knocked my block off! The first giant redwood tree! I made Chuck pull over as soon as the road allowed so I could sprint back to get a shot of it. It dwarfed the next passing car. I wanted to get closer to touch it, my I was coaxed back into the van. Just as my breathing began to slow there was another one!!! Holy smokie bears...those things are hard to miss! At the next opportunity we stopped and Dad and I ran down ...
... places and photos don't really do them justice. There are many memorial groves and if you have a spare US$25,000 there would be worse ways to spend it to ensure these magnificent trees are preserved.
Back out onto US101 and we began heading north again to our next stop at a
little coastal town called Eureka. I was looking for a piece of genuine local native American Indian jewelery / art. Not the traditional silver/turqoise mix but something a little ...