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Sep 21, 2019 - Greetings from Oregon

I have been delinquent, oh so very delinquent, for not keeping my blog up to date. We have been in Oregon since the last week in August staying in Keizer (Salem), Eugene, the coastal towns of Newport and Florence, Creswell and then finally here we are in southern Oregon in Central Point. Our stay in the coastal towns was punctuated with rain – oh so much rain. So this is what it’s like to be in a monsoon. Of course, the humidity was pegged at 100% - why bother with a shower! We’ve visited these places before so perhaps a future blog on...

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Sep 30, 2017 - Slowly Heading South

With autumn already here and October right around the corner, it’s time for us to leave Oregon and start heading south. The leaves are already changing colors here in Central Point and the night-time temperature is dropping into the mid-40s. We’ll experience some even colder nights this week since our route will take us through the Eastern Sierras. We enjoyed our nearly one month stay in Oregon. After leaving Florence, we spent a few days in Eugene where we took a couple of bike rides and just hung out at the campground. Since we could not...

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Nov 20, 2013 - Day 22 - to Central Point, Oregon

We paid our bill at Monaco then headed to Junction City to get our new tires installed. They were very efficient and we were on the road again at 11:45. We headed south and stopped in Grant's Pass at another Les Schwab to have the tires re-torqued. Garry was taking no chances after the car tire trouble in Edmonton. We stopped in Central Point and tried for a site at The Pear Tree Motel and RV Park but they were full. They suggested the park across the highway and we went to Holiday RV Park. It is a lovely park and a generous owner. We...

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Mar 26, 2012 - Medford/Gold Hill KOA

We were headed to Redding, but the Siskiyou mountains were going to get snow the next day so we decided to drive a little extra and get over them. We did hit some snow but it did not stick on the road. The temperature got down to 31 degrees. It was nice to be over the mountains and back in Oregon.

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