Best Western Inn At The Rogue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Gordon had no cause to mock; he had an entire ciabatta loaf made into bruschetta to get through. (He did, of course. He then helped with my log-jam.)
Today we went to a National Park that is home to America's deepest lake, Crater Lake. It was formed when one of the mountains collapsed in on itself after a particularly violent eruption, forming a crator which over time was filled with the precipitation from snowfalls. It is not fed by rivers or any means ...
... California family who might read this, I'm sorry for not visiting or talking to you before leaving. I love you and miss you all very much and absolutely look forward with excitement to seeing you again! Without a doubt we will reunite this July in the ways our wonderful and loving family knows how to do so well!
I departed Medford after a most fantastic visit. A very focused, enjoyable, and rewarding month. All the ...
... as plan, we’re just hoping for a huge tailwind tomorrow to help us with our mileage.
START END START MILES END MILES TOTAL
Bellingham GrantsPass 33,923 34,430 507 miles
Grants Pass Reno 34,430 34,760 330 miles
... design pedal bike. When asked where he had originated from after hearing a slightly foreign accent but one that should have been an instantly recognizable he replied “South Africa”. Francois van der Spuy and his wife Gerda had left Montagu in the Cape back in the 1970s and had since made their home in the States. They were fun and interesting company and we enjoyed sitting in their RV drinking Francois’ good Californian port that evening. Baie dankie, mense! It ...
... bear carved out of a huge chunk of redwood. After some pictures there, we walked over to a huge log section that had been hollowed out. That particular log was from a tree that was 1600 years old!! Although the average age is between 500 and 700 years, redwoods can live to be 2400 years old and
can have a diameter of 30+ feet! They can be over 350 feet tall, the tallest living thing on Earth. Legend has it, in 2006 a new tree was discovered very near to where we ...