Klamath River Resort Inn
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... pioneers that found the caves and explored them. At one point she turned her flashlight off and it went totally dark. Then she had us wave our hands in front of our faces and we could barely see it......really? Nope - she explained how our brain knows we are waving our hand so it shows a phantom vision in our brain!! Outside we took some photos of the leaves turning yellow,...it was so beautiful up here.
... night. Our plan will be to approach in the earliest of dawns around 5 am and get all the uphill out of the way before it heats up. We have been getting over 100* days for awhile now, and sometimes I wonder how we ever made it across the desert. We were heavier and weaker then than now. What a relief to have that behind us, but that doesn't mean the hard work is over. She continues northbound, and we continue to track behind her. It will soon carry us across the California-Oregon ...
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.
... up the scenic drive and decided to take the short walk to Moorman Pond, while this was disappointing in that there was no pond, but rather a wet area to be found, it was actually our walk/explore of the day. When we finished it, we all agreed that if we took no more walks today, this would have been worth it, in of itself. This was probably because we managed to get far enough off the road that we heard no cars, walked amongst an open and towering stand ...