Super 8 Central Point-Medford
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... the bird as well. About that time, the "chipmunks" came back to play on an outcropping, which I announced to my mother. Followed by an announcement that I had just taken the greatest photograph in the history of the world. Again. The man corrected my identification, "they're actually golden-mantle ground squirrels," as he pointed out the differences. Something about stripes on the head. Then he told us that the bird was a Clark's nutcracker. Not gonna ...
Well after finishing another ski season, 4 wild and lovely days at Coachella, and completing a whirlwind week of packing, moving and saying many "goodbyes" or "see ya agains"; it was time to leave Tahoe and head to Medford. The days leading up to my departure consisted of off-loading every disposable possession and spending as much time as possible with friends. As usual, this time centered around the lake and beer. ...
... prep). We chose a few things that we thought the other could teach and we spent time on that together. I grew to see Jolene as a person and I loved her positive, experimental, playful energy, her curiosity and personal awareness towards spiritual and mindful living. We both could support one another and we connected.
And so when the opportunity came to be in Oregon, it was only natural to make our way to see Jolene and her husband, Jeff, at their ...
... As it turned out we were able to do all of these things.
We found a good deal at a Motel 6 in the suburb of Midvale (again, sorry no GPS info) where we could park Jambo and take the slick and intriguing TRAX rapid transit train into the city centre to visit all things Mormon. The TRAX runs like a normal, fast urban commuter train, but as it gets
closer into the city centre it slows down and starts running along the centre of the main streets kind of morphing into ...
... to be able to see these places at leisure with someone with local knowledge instead of just blasting through on the highway.
Back to the house for lunch and then off to Crater Lake, about 70 miles away. The drive to get there is lovely in itself, long roads through the forest, distant hills with a dusting of snow, lovely countryside, but when we got there - WOW!!!! The view is one of the most breathtaking I ...