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"Before you know it as the years go by, you're just like other people you have seen, with all those peculiar human ailments. Just another vehicle for temper and vanity and rashness and all the rest. Who wants it? Who needs it? These things occupy the place where a man's soul should be." -- Henderson the Rain King

Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Ashland, Oregon

We stopped in Ashland, Oregon on our way down to Sac-town for turkey day. Best known as the home of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ashland is a hip little town with some wonderful shops and more culture than a town its size should be able to shake a stick at. It also makes for a vegetarian oasis on the veggie food desert that is I-5. Although tempted by the well named Bard's Inn, we ended up staying in the historic Ashland Springs Hotel which was quite lovely. So um, if you're ever in South Oregon you should check it out or something...

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Blogger TA said...

I'm a native of Ashland and went back to visit a few years ago. On the advice of my brother who once worked at Lithia Springs, I stayed at Country Willows. It was soooo romantic! The food was great. Everything about the place was wonderful. Take a lover and go back!

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