Best Western Inn At The Rogue
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- 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 ...
... see landscapes that were new to me. However, train travel takes a long time and by the time it pulled into Portland I was more than ready to get off of it. I met Myra and Adam there and we drove to Seattle where I would spend the next 2 weeks visiting with them and painting their house. As we crossed the Columbia River, I silently said "see you later" to my favorite state of Oregon and turned to look forward to the next step in my adventure. ...
... 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
... 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 ...
... Vortex) and then comes our exit to Valley of the Rogue S.P.
The park is just waking up from its winter nap. The tent loop and the first RV loops are closed until June but the last two areas are open. The RV sites are of two configurations. The full hookups consist of two loops of two concentric circles that slope down towards the Rogue. The last RV area has water and electric service and is in a large flat area. All have mowed ...