Travel Blogs from Ashland
... Rises - all black rubber portcullises and pointy black finials on the staircases.
Costumes: Glittery - the word "pageant" sprang to mind.
Richard had many afflictions:
A gammy leg (in calipers)
An extraordinary limp
A huge hump
A withered arm
A twisted hand
A terrible wig
A complete inability to pronounce English place names properly.
These were some of his afflictions.
Buckingham was tiny. I ...
... traveled over the dirt road for a while but all we could find were hiking trails, we think the reservoir is long gone. We came the back roads and noticed that there were a lot of cattle and horse ranches and apple and pear orchards (I guess for Harry and David) and of course winery's. It seems like everyone outside of town has gates onto their property. Washed the dirty car for the 3rd time since this campground allowed washing!! Time to get ready for the next ...
... grateful for our friends in southern Oregon. We love each of you and will miss you dearly. Thank you for your friendship, love, support, and great memories. Some amazing friends of ours, Steven and Karen, gave this advice for the summer: "be safe but take chances". Let the adventure ...
... kindles till we got stiff on park benches.... Back to hotel (all this is within very short distances) and got ready for the evening - first a drink in a wine bar ( will put in photo - 12 glasses of wine as we all had a "flight" - a tasting of 3 different wines), then fabulous Japanese meal then Streetcar Named Desire!! Wow. Now back and about to go to bed, all wrung out with Tennessee Williams. Very well done. Tomorrow we drive back to ...
... buy an
interesting piece of memorabilia. It has a very relaxed, almost tired atmosphere and as such many of its businesses operate very flexible opening hours. Even so, its houses, gardens and trees in full Spring bloom are a delightful change from the hurly burly lifestyle of the bigger towns and cities of the region.
Then it was back to the main road and the US 101 to the north. Always north, Miranda – that’s the way to Alaska and don’t tell ...