Another one we say recently:
Spend the money.
|Innovative Coachworks RV AV Experts|
Corner of 3rd and Ivy in Junction City, Oregon
|Matt Rossiter owns the business. |
Nice fellow. Family business. He and his wife are parents of triplets!
|Parked for the night in the service yard of Innovative Coachworks|
|Dave, on the left and Matt, on the right, are brothers.|
|"Now how does this work again?"|
|What a mess! This is the empty "head banger" box.|
|This is how we looked at the end of the day.|
|Ekornes Stressless Recliner.|
|Wayne and Lexie relaxing|
|Conde B. McCullouch Memorial Bridge (approaching). |
Yes, I know it's out of focus.
|That tiny dot on top of the dune is a dune buggy thing.|
The black line is a power line between the road and the dunes
|There is a coastal lighthouse in this picture. Not sure, but it might be Cape Arago Lighthouse.|
|From Shore Acres State Park.|
|Also from Shore Acres State Park.|
|A big ole crow kept an eye on us.|
|You can't see them in this photo but there were thousands of sea lions and seals on the rocky reef. |
Just below the largest "hump" of rock near the center of the photo, there is a circular area of sand. Inside that circle of sand, the brown pile that looks like rocks is actually a big bunch of sea lions.
|Michael is a volunteer with a group who eagerly explain the "goings on" out on the rocks. |
Their telescopes are placed and focused for novices, like us, to see the seals and sea lions.
|Yes, there it is. The Pacific Ocean. |
Beautiful, eh? What! You can't see it?
|Autzen Stadium, where football is played, is off the main campus.|
|Front of the stadium.|
|Armitage County Park (Lane) Campground|
DJ and Tom are the farthest coach on the left.
We're on the right just beyond the fifth wheel.
|Large, fairly nice facility. |
It's been taken over by the bank though and it has the appearance of being "not quite finished".
|See that nice field of grass seed on the right?|
Those are the only remaining campsites to be filled. Believe me, they're going to be filled for the rally.
|More Prevosts and more Country Coaches. |
The rest of us were "chopped liver"
|This was parked beside us. Yes, it has a veranda. |
The wall drops down and outward to make the deck.
Three sliding glass doors open onto the veranda.
|Still more Prevosts and Country Coaches...|
|Galice is the name of a community beyond Hellgate Canyon.|
|These people are at least 250 feet below where I'm standing to take the picture.|
|This park has a lovely campground but the tree limbs are too low to allow us to maneuver Mona into it.|
|Returning from Hellgate Canyon, we stopped in at Grants Pass. |
I liked this sign but I don't like some Oregonians. I did not like the young woman who screamed an obscenity at us because we have an Auburn tag. Are all Oregon Duck fans such poor losers? Hope not.
|That's us in the middle alongside the Rogue River.|
|The area is full of geese and no one feeds them, but they don't leave. This is just one of the families.|
Their poop is bigger than Lexie's. Campground management cleans this area every single day.
|I don't know what's with the rooster in this mural.|
|The bridge is arched with cable supports. It's real pretty. Campground is about 1/2 mile downstream.|
|And you thought the Bee Gees were from Australia.|
|I've not seen any real bears, just a few of this kind 'round Rogue River|
|Dressed for success.|
|Taken from the pedestrian bridge. The Rogue River.|
|Life size sculpture of a Chinook salmon. |
Life size sculpture of a wayner.
|Reading all about it.|