Royal Crest Motel
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... The “bridge” is a lava tube (where volcanic lava once flowed) that the river water runs through (it looks like the river suddenly disappears!) before emerging from the rocks 50 feet below. It was VERY cool and extremely beautiful.
The rest of the afternoon was BORING. Driving/getting gas/doing laundry near the town of Medford. It took us HOURS to do our laundry. (I know some of you ...
Accompanying song: "The High Road" by Broken Bells
Oil change today. What do I do when my car inevitably falls apart?? There's still quite a few miles left in the Monte, but today I looked deeply into its eyes/headlights and could tell it was facing its own mortality. These mountain roads, the ups and downs and so many curves at oxygen-sucking elevations, are taking a toll. ...
... and continuing our journey.
As we drove on, the hills became mountains and we climbed higher and higher and the road took us around mountain ridges and through mountain passes and off in the distance it caught my eye…a tall snow-covered mountain…and the peak was hidden in the clouds. And the further we drove around mountain ridge after mountain ridge, the closer we got, until we drove up to it, around it and on past it. And it was ...
... or even cigarettes (perish the thought). But cross that white line down the street and right there either side of the road are two huge casinos, all bling, glitz and neon enticing the punters to empty their pockets. And there’s more gambling joints further down the street after crossing into Nevada and it is doubtless they more than anything else that contribute to propping up what in such an out of the way town would otherwise be a crumbling and dodgy local economy. ...
... jewelers, carvers, painters, iron workers, metal workers, crofters, etc. There were also musicians along the line of displays playing and singing. And, of course, there was food. Another great way to spend a relaxed day.
Tomorrow, we are off toward the Oregon coast. We need to keep the September 10 appointment at Winnebago Factory in Forest City, Iowa. So much still to do, but the time is getting ...