Klamath River Resort Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We were still in Grants Pass but took a side trip to Cave Junction to see the underground caves. WOW was it exciting. The guide made me the "bear bait" - I was last in line to make sure no one lagged behind....and that meant I was bear bait, too. The caves are at a constant 44 degrees but it didn't feel that cold. Our guide had some great stories to tell ...
... Oregon border. Tomorrow, we will conclude our time in California. Bittersweet is too common a phrase. We almost turned back earlier in the day as the valley filled up with white fire smoke. We eventually came to the source of the smoke and it was much closer than anticipated. But no air support, no flashing lights, no intervention put most of us at ease. Just gotta make it to that border ...
Drove from Crater Lake to Cave Junction, Oregon. One of the things that's been a burden on this trip is that we were all over-packed. So, we stopped in Grants Pass to ship some stuff back home. We packed up 3 big boxes for a total of 100 pounds...boy did that feel good!!! Less is certainly more. While there we also got some dirty laundry done at a wash, dry & fold Laundromat...what a ...
Aroubd Oct 24th-26th Steinbeck travled to the Avenue of the Giants/Redwoods Oregon where he stayed and saw lovely attractions of giant redwoods.Steinbeck describes how he encountered some empty territorys and resorts that may have possibly been motels/hotels at one point in time..He located about 300 miles away from San Fransico which is his next destination on the map.Steinbeck stayed several nights among the redwood trees along highway ...
... really busy time, which changed his opinion a bit. Ashland has a continuous Shakespeare festival for 9-months of the year (hmmm....maybe we'll see Spencer Dittrich perform there one time in the not too distant future!), which mean it's a veritable Shakespeare-o-rama. Everything revolves around the festival, which is amazing unless you're looking for a bit of peace and quiet. We walked the main street of town but left fairly quickly.