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... more and more cameras were pointing towards the ground as attempts were made to capture shots of the chipmunks who skittered around and begged for food on the surrounding wall. Typical Brits, faced with wonderous beauty, they're obsessed with the local rodent population. I'd like to say that we hiked around the lake with Annie the park ranger, but the coach stopped at strategic points and decanted us for photo opportunities.
On the way back to Grants Pass, ...
We left Grants Pass, Oregon at 7 this morning and as we were looking for a Starbucks in town we came upon the warehouse and show room for fire mountain gems, my all time favorite on line site to buy my beads! Well I got so excited, for who doesn't need beads when you are a jewelry maker! But wait the parking lot is empty, maybe we are just here to early right? So we go into the lot and they had these darling beaded up bears outside which there are photos of on ...
... hole. Then we picked some fresh blackberries from their bushes.
Not many restaurant options in Cave Junction, so we went to dinner at the "Going Deep Sushi & BBQ." Sounded pretty sketchy, but it actually was very good.
Quote of the day:
"Why don't I have any service?" ~Evan
"Because we're in a cave!" ~Ryan
Urban Dictionary definition of Cave Junction: The sixth level of ...
... blowers to move gravel off a gravel parking lot. After way too long I complained, just as they were shutting down for the day.
The next morning we headed out early to find some kitschy Mendocino coffee shop to have breakfast out – to no avail. Even the coffee shop we did find, that listed that it was open at 8am, certainly was not. On to Fort Bragg for a diner breakfast and to find the DMV to get Alan a temporary license.
We have returned to one of our favorite state parks in southern Oregon, Valley of the Rogue. It has a lot to offer- nice campground, long walking trails, close to Medford and Grants Pass, and of course the Rogue River.
The river is running high and fast. The turbulent water is understandably laden with mud. Pools that exist in the autumn are nonexistent. The rocks that are normally visible at the bottom of the river....... well, what ...