Callahan'S Mountain Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in southern Oregon right where I began years ago. I am an Oregon girl at heart, I know this now, and I'm now happy and content to live out my days as an Oregon girl.
My one and only daughter, Melanie (travelpod.com/melwilcher), is about to embark on a life changing adventure. She is finally following her heart and on April 6, 2015 she is moving to Belize. A few years back Melanie and I, and another mother-daughter duo, boarded ...
... Kathy Briggs and then on to Folsum, California to spend the night with friends, John and Earlynn. Kicking back now with a cocktail and then out for dinner. I am sure it will be an early night for us. Traveling can be exhausting, but the trip is worth it. ...
... ve been through in the last few months and all the goodbyes, it was refreshing to just enjoy the time to myself. Here is the place I found: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/1253116
I unpacked my things, watched the sunset in the clouds, had some lovely wine (thanks Shelia!) and then headed out to an Italian restaurant I found on Yelp (and neglected to notice the $$$ price icons). I thoroughly enjoyed the ...
... People on the streets and in their cars around town were wearing masks to diffuse the smoke. It was bad enough to burn one's eyes, but only if you spent extended time in the open air.
So sightseeing was out. In reading about Ashland I learned that it is the home to a major Shakespeare festival and that in fact the season was on going. Getting tickets to a performance was more than we wanted to do, but we decided to drive into town to see what it has to offer. The ...
... went to Costco in Medford and had a couple of nice guys show us more about using my phone, and also signed up to make it a "hot spot" for internet usage where there is none otherwise. We also went to the Medford library to use their Wi-Fi. When we headed back to the campground we traveled 5 miles past it to see Hyatt Prairie Lake. It ...