Fall '07 travel blog

From the Front Door ... Fall Colors

Fall Colors in the Campsite

Wolf Creek Inn -- Nat'l Historic Building built in 1860's

Wolf Creek Inn Dining Room

Wolf Creek Inn Parlor

Golden Ghost Town Story

Golden Church

Golden Gen'l Store & Post Office


Here we are at Valley of the Rogue State Park between Grants Pass and Medford, Oregon. What a pretty place ... and the fall colors are great. We plan to be here for about a week ... with time to do some medical things and to go see Crater Lake Nat'l Park and to pick up the mail that has been forwarded to us.

Wolf Creek was a community established on the trail from Cal to the "gold" in the hills of Oregon. Wolf Creek Inn is the longest continuously operated "inn" / "roadhouse" in Oregon. It is now operated by the Oregan State Park system and is still used for lodging and dining.

Golden was a gold rush boom town ... only a couple of buildings remain, also being restored and maintained by Oregon State Parks.

It's been rainy here, but the weather guesser says sunny and warm on the week-end ... we'll see.



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