Wolf Creek Inn

100 Front St., P.O. Box 6, Wolf Creek, Oregon, United States | Inn

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Day 2 Redwoods & the drive to Grants Pass

A travel blog entry by welchfam


... I remeber some of my fondest memories as a kid up here were at tide pools so I really wanted to go with Cale. Justin put Harlan in the carrier and we set out.....there was a make shift staircase from high above down....well, a cliff pretty much, to the beach. As we continued down we started to realize what we were getting ourselves into...especially seeing the people headed back up all sweaty, red faced, and practically hyper-venilating lol. But now we were committed so we got to ...

Canyonville Jun 04, 2014

A travel blog entry by jabecker


... Winery and Distillery right on the bank of the Umpqua River. A lovely home with tasting room in the back overlooking the river. Good wine there too. Sandy Glaser is the winemaker and her son Leon is the distiller - making some lovely little liqeuors. I think we could have happily spent several more days in this area but it was time to move on. Next stop Durango RV Park in Red Bluff CA.

Seventy Two miles without a haircut

A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin


In 1848, as part of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo which ended the Mexican-American War, Mexico ceded all of the alta California territory to the United States. Nine days before the signing, flakes of gold were found along the American River in Coloma – but no-one told the Mexicans. There's got to be a story there, oh yes, California got rich and ........

Our ...

Stunning & A Landmark !!

A travel blog entry by davey1212


... 4.9 trillion gallons of water

It was VERY hot today so I soaked my T shirt in cold water before I left Park's and putting it on in a cool house was not pleasant but it really made a difference riding to the crater. On entering the Crater Lake Park I noticed it was getting cooler then I looked at the GPS and realised I had climbed to 1800m at that point. It peaked out at 2330m, the highest I have ridden ...

Reflections of Panama

A travel blog entry by themeierls

... land with such fertile soil and favorable weather, there are hardly any vegetables in any Panamanian dish. Basically stewed meat of varied kinds, white rice and beans. EVERY flippin' meal! Except breakfast then it was usually pancakes, and that's it. Your safest bet in Panama is pizza. Ceviche is nothing like the kind we are used to , lemon juice, onion and fish (or shrimp or octopus) served with saltine crackers! The last hotel we stayed at only gave us one ...

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