The Winchester Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... heard from her boyfriend that two nights ago the area was hit with 950 lightning strikes and there is now a myriad of wildfires let loose. We may not be able to proceed past Ashland via trail. We did however get to cross from California to Oregon this morning. It took 1700 miles but we have now successfully walked the entire length of California. The first of ...
Crater Lake is highly captivating. Impossible to take a bad photograph, I was working on a great photograph at one of the overlooks when a bird flew into a nearby tree. Hurriedly, I took a few photos, expecting him to move on quickly. (Up to this point, the only wildlife we saw were the chubby little chipmunks checking to see if we had food. One little beggar went as far as to put his front paws up on my mom's leg while she was seated on a bench. They were ...
... and finally settled on the Stratford Inn - mainly because it had a pool that I could use to entertain Francesca whilst Julie went to the theatre in the evening and we could also check in immediately (and we wanted to get the box of wine into the hotel to keep it out of the heat!)
After we had checked in we walked back into town and had a look round - we were lucky enough to be able to get into the main open-air theatre and look at the stage/set ...
... draws the tourists for their renowned theater company, featuring the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, as well as other non-Shakespearean shows in both indoor and an outdoor venue. With tourists a plenty, there was still a local butcher, a bakery, at least two fabric stores, and two bead shops mixed in to make the locals (which I am now considering myself) feel at home.
After a quick trip to the ...
... headquarters to purchase our deed at the ranch, and Danielle took Matsu to the swings and tetherball. After a quick shower us 3 took a walk to throw some peanuts out for the squirrels and it made me think of David. When in Tahoe him and I would go out in the morning and hide peanuts for the squirrels. I once sent him a hummingbird feeder and used real peanuts as the packing. Cindy said he ate them. Lol.
Christian and Tyler returned and we continued about our ...