America's Best Inn Phoenix/Medford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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<b>SATURDAY 6/14</b>-We woke to a chilly morning and making it seem colder is all the trees in the campground so when the sun is out it takes longer to heat up. We decided to come to Medford because we found that they were having a 4 day long car show event. The campground is a few miles south of Medford but driving there we saw a lot of lumber yards making (spraying) treated lumber. We checked in, hooked ...
... California family who might read this, I'm sorry for not visiting or talking to you before leaving. I love you and miss you all very much and absolutely look forward with excitement to seeing you again! Without a doubt we will reunite this July in the ways our wonderful and loving family knows how to do so well!
I departed Medford after a most fantastic visit. A very focused, enjoyable, and rewarding month. All the ...
I drove in to Oregon today. I stopped about 25 miles from the southern border for the night. Until today, I did not know that there was a Phoenix Oregon.
One final travel day tomorrow and I will have completed this excursion. A lot of good memories are the best thing of all.
Life is good. ...
... what he said to his fellow deputies back at the Sheriff’s Office. Sadly, the Chinese meal we ate afterwards was pretty horrible and was probably punishment for my unwillingness at the time to see the funny side of our police incident.
That night in South Lake Tahoe whilst we were nice and warm in our motel bed the snow came down and covered Jambo and all around us in several inches of the white stuff. As always the visual effect was quite magical and turns one ...
... wouldn't move out of the shade, causing him to become upset. Christian's horse was the most well-behaved. He could get it to gallop and stop. It too tended to have a mind of its own more often than not though. I couldn't get my horse to do anything. It constantly stood in one spot and the gal had to slap its behind, whistle at it, make weird noises, and clap her hands to get it to move. For a short time it followed Christian's horse and I got to feel the pain of ...