Junction Inn

406 S Redwood Hwy., Cave Junction, Oregon, United States | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Cave Junction

Got Lucky in Grants Pass

A travel blog entry by forsterb

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... landlord, Rob Siebert. Rob drove Deb and I down to
Bellingham to pickup the U-Haul truck so that we could leave our car in the
driveway. Not only did Rob drive us to Bellingham but he helped me load some of the most heavy items – thanks Rob you are truly ...

A sunny Sunday

A travel blog entry by brytorlyn

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... This is a beautiful country drive through lush farmland. We stop at a roadside apple/fruit farm and buy apples and peaches and cider for the car Prices are way better here than at Pike Place market and the fruit is fresh off the trees.

The ...

Oregon

A travel blog entry by spyderwolfe

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After getting on the road there was nice scenery. Can't show it all. Fun fact..you are not allowed by law to pump your own gas in Oregon (they do let motorcycle riders pump though), A guy will come to the pump and swipe my card for me then let me pump it, very cute.
I stopped in Depoe Bay. Whales are supposed to come into the bay when they are migrating and rest and eat the fish. But there were none today. I was told it was too early in the day and it was low tide. ...

Reflections of Panama

A travel blog entry by themeierls

... 4 crackers with about a cup of shrimp ceviche. When we asked for another packet they charged us .93 plus tax. For 4 crackers?!? Tight asses. We decided to go to Dominos Pizza for our final Panama dinner. The shaved ice is yummy.
What I find most impressive about Panama is the indigenous people. They have many different groups and they seem to be hanging on to their cultural heritage and customs quite well considering. The Kuna people are amazing with how ...

Oregon Caves National Park (by Emma)

A travel blog entry by mcgovern

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... I expected the cave to be even cooler and also scarier, but it was not too bad.



When we went in we saw many different formations from the ceiling called stalactites and stalagmites. A stalagmite is a formation building up from the ground, and a stalactite is a formation hanging down from the ceiling. These 2 formations can join ...

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This motel, located on 406 S Redwood Hwy., Cave Junction, is near Great Cats World Park, Illinois River, and Mt. Elijah.
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