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Category Archives: Destinations
I’ve been in Reno many times over the past 45 years, for fun (as a child, young adult, and middle-aged adult), and for work when I was with Amtrak or AAA. Reno’s downtown area has been on a largely downhill … Continue reading
Yesterday driving back from Eugene after the marathon I made a long-planned stopover in order to have lunch at the Palace Caf in Ashland, Ore. If you’re a regular Planes, Trains & Automobiles reader than you may recall the post … Continue reading
Its Saturday afternoon and Im watching the rain come down. And stop. And start again. But the weather forecast for tomorrow only calls for showers (today it was rain) and Im hoping theyre later rather than earlier. Please, Mother Nature, … Continue reading
I knew I was in Texas when on the drive from the Austin airport to the city I saw a car dealership named “Howdy Honda”. Yee haw! Keith and I spent 4 days in Austin visiting his childhood friend Rob … Continue reading
Have you ever driven down Bayliss Road on your way to I-5 and wondered about the little library there?
ASHLAND, OREGON (from the Ashland Chamber of Commerce with permission) Don’t get me wrong. The reason I first went to Ashland in 2002 at the not so tender age of 46 was to see some plays. And that’s always a … Continue reading
Our parents won. As a bona fide member of the baby boomer set, I remember thinking at some early age that the stuff my parents generation considered glamorous was actually pretty tacky. Think Las Vegas and Palm Springs. But somewhere … Continue reading
Thanks to Rita Wells, half of the Rita & Dane innkeeping team at the Raford Inn, I found out about a fine place to run in west Sonoma County: the West County Trail. Talk about combining some of my … Continue reading
Ever fancied yourself the gentleman or gentlewoman winemaker overseeing your domain from a 19th century estate? Well, if you treat yourself to a stay at the Raford Inn you could easily imagine yourself in this role. The 1880s-era Raford Inn … Continue reading