Value Inn Motel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... is difficult, but not impossible. We rode back over the railway tracks to a fancy victorian style house on a hill that we had spied yesterday. It was the Shelton McMurphy Johnson House, and for $6 we took a tour of its beautifully preserved rooms and furniture. Three generations across two different families lived here, and it was like reading a forgotten classic learning about their lives and adventures. The original owners were super keen for Eugene to become a ...
... was fascinating to watch these tiny birds hovering with their wings whirring furiously.
We stopped on the way home at a roadside restaurant called Takoda. We sat outside in a very pretty garden setting and had a nice meal with a glass of Sauv Blanc. We got back to Eugene, tired but happy about 8-45pm. It had been a great afternoon doing an activity which we might otherwise have not attempted but we were sure glad we did.
... homestay guest as well (and both are vegetarian...WIN). The program is designed to let us be pretty independent on our time abroad but there are a few group excursions on the weekends. As of right now, I know that we will be going to Cambridge (Temple Church, Tower of St. Mary the Great, Trinity College and Wren Library, King's College and Chapel), Edinburgh (Edinburgh Castle, Scottish Parliament, St. Giles Cathedral, The National Monument, The National Gallery of Scotland, ...
... br> On to and through Medford then into the Rogue River Valley. We pass through the lovely city of Grants Pass and back into pine covered Cascade foothills. The highway follows a narrow cut in solid basalt rock which eventually ejects us into the town of Canyonville, home of a very popular complex owned by Native Americans. Over the years a nice casino, travel plaza, excellent RV resort and rest stop have been built. All this Indian owned property is ...
... a treasured day; time spent with those I love!!!
Comment by Dave: As I was walking on the trail, I stepped off to get a photo and meeting another couple...stepped further to the side and I felt something brush the side of my leg...I later found out it was poison ivy or something like ...