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.