Motel Del Rogue
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... waves at the bottom. It was exciting to do, and when we were done, we turned around the raft to see what we had just come down. It looked even scarier from that angle. After Nugget Falls, we had an opportunity for a little swim, and even though the weather was warm, and the river wasn't that cold, it just wasn't quite warm enough for a couple of Floridians to think we needed a swim to cool off. ...
... 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, ...
... in two (2) days – really not bad considering that we had to load 150+ boxes and some heavy antique furniture. Anyway, we’re here at the Peppermill Casino and Spa in Reno.
Our room looks like it’s from somewhere in Tuscany with the ornate furniture ...
... to chat to people with good strong opinions on things….
Next up the coast after crossing the Russian River at Bridgehaven on the CA 1 we had a glorious scenic drive to the Manchester State Park campsite (N38 58.939 W123 41.965) where for only the second time on the trip we hauled out our little hiking tent for an airing and slept in it pitched
on the grass behind Jambo. Again, that dreaded fog and chilly wind conspired to try and freeze us out and ...
... wondered if the elk ever let the farmhouse occupants get close to them or touch them.
We then turned on Hwy 199 at Cresent City, CA and drove through the Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park. We stopped along the way to take pictures and walk along some of the trails. The redwood forest was beautiful. It seemed as though Hwy 199 was built specifically for motorcycles. There ...