The Whitmore Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... And we shared the road with many, many bikers making the very same climb. We don’t know if this was a special event, or whether this goes on every Sunday, but I suspect it was not a weekly event, for there were so many of them. After about half an hour we made it to the highest point a car can go and witnessed many riders celebrating their incredible accomplishments. From that point, one can hike further ...
... us and then went right on working. We were hoping to go out to dinner but her work load is not permitting us that treat tonight. I went to a Greek shack and got us both some healthy food. Again Motel 6 comes through with a great ADA room.
Tomorrow will be an earlier start. It will be our longest travel day. Day 1 we went 323 miles, today was 344. I think tomorrow is around 450 miles to ...
... a tow truck. We waited at the general store, spoke with the owner and caught a ride back to the campground.Once our battery was jumped, we drove into Weaverville, where we bought another battery and then we were on our way! We drove on, stopped at Wiskeytown Lake, where we went swimming. The water was super fresh, considering that it was 100 degrees outside. Brad and I swam and Maria Elena read her ...
... nice in that it had a full RV hookup (power, water and sewer), and it also had a cabin with AC, lights, toilet and sink, and a bunk bed plus a single bed. Tyler and Danielle slept in the cabin while Matsu, Charlott and I slept in the rig. It cooled off that night so Danielle came inside the rig around 5am to finish off the night. Everyone was exhausted with the busy day and the heat that we were not used ...
... that was being cleared up, but traffic was backing up and must have been backed up for a good 10-15km before finally thinning out. Thank goodness we weren't on that side.
The countryside through southern Oregon is very beautiful and forested and a thick mist hung close to the ground. That mist turned into a full blown fog which limited our visibility to about 100m. We slowed down and stayed away from any rigs that might stop suddenly in ...