The Border Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Border Inn Baker
The RV Park was acceptable in terms of accommodations. The stated free WiFi however was very poor. We didn't have a cell phone signal so we could have used the free internet.
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We made it to Medford, OR. We were all tired, and we made it almost without too much fuss except for the last 10 minutes. How do kiddos know you are almost there and then lose it before you get there? We made it though, and Laura and Matthew were able to go swimming at the hotel that night - that's what was important to them. Then, we were ready for one more day of adventure before making it to the beach! ...
We had a picnic lunch by a pretty brook, and on the way out, stopped at an educational station by the side of the road that explained about farming/ranching in the area. Adjacent to this station, sitting out by a fence was an old, rusting, Model A Ford like Fred's Mom used to have and lots of info about how hardy the people have to be to succeed in this area. ...
... two high passes and down then into other basins. The last pass I went over what is called Sacramento pass. It was over 7000 feet. Was a long slow climb up and windy slow climb down. I think the wind blows it's constantly all throughout the sections of Nevada that I've been through. Makes it interesting driving 70 miles an hour. But it is safe. So I'm spending the night right smack dab on the border of Nevada and ...
... he was Jewish - felt he had to be with that name. The Ranger said she had never heard that. I looked it up and Ancestry.com lists him as a German Jew whose fathers name was Abraham. Wikipedia describes him as a very charming and well loved personality. The visitor center for Great Basin National Park is situated on site of his ranch. It is a lovely location and contains some ...
... parked the car at a little over 10,000 feet altitude, and made a two-hour hike to and from a bristlecone pine forest at about 11,000 feet. These bristlecone pines are the oldest known non-clonal organisms on earth. These trees live for thousands of years--the ...