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Travel Blogs from Grants Pass
... you weren't familiar with the area so we got back in the car and headed further south......then the madness ensued; we all started having stomach pains/cramping and needed to find a bathroom! Finally we found a camp ground with bathrooms that had plumbing and we ALL had to go....must have been that overpriced diner food....I swear I get a stomach ache everytime we go anywhere out of town.....my stomach was uneasy for the remainder of the morning and I decided it was probably a bad idea ...
Ashland Oregon, June 20th
Extraordinary! I have just attended the most odd Shakespeare production I think I have ever seen.
The venue: The Allen Elizabethan Theatre at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Imagine Wimbledon Centre Court (sans roof) cut in half with a four storey half-timbered house along the netline and a stage plonked in front. Thus only the actors and the most expensive seats get wet.
The set: Like a reject from The ...
We left Reno after a quick oil change and made great time all the way to Oregon. We met up with Brodie and traveled for a couple hours before finding a stop to camp at low altitude before our trip to Crater lake.
We have a beautiful spot, located right on the Rogue River. Amazingly it is in cell range - thus this quick update.
Off to cook hamburgers on the fire - cold beer in hand.
... around 630. Sadly it didn't matter since it was still pitch dark out. We showered and joined the boys for continental bfast in the lobby with the other guests. It was a nice selection for a hotel breakfast..french toast, sausage links, hard boiled eggs (Nik Silver!), yogurt, cereals, toastables, pastries, juices and coffee. I settled for a mixed bowl of honey bunches of oats and frosted flakes and a muffin.
After breakfast we packed up and headed out. We ...
... pulls off his hat and gloves and relocates them onto my shivering body. Resourceful warrior that my father is, he immediately wraps my discarded garbage bag around his head, fashioning a windproof headpiece sure to make even Chuck Norris envious.
Intending on tackling this race without a pacer, I begin to understand the benefits of having another person with you along the journey. Ascending Dutchmen’s moments ago in the company of fellow runners, ...