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Deep blue Crater Lake a sight to behold

  By Chuck Woodbury If you have never been to Crater Lake, you have not seen the bluest blue on Earth —  its water! It's amazing. It's...

Cafe floor made of 120,000 pennies

  By Chuck Woodbury The Mustard Seed Cafe in Jacksonville, Ore., has about the most unusual floor you will ever see. It's covered with 120,000 pennies....

Gorgeous day, and I smell cows

  By Chuck Woodbury I smell cows. It's a gorgeous day in Medford, Oregon. I'm typing at my picnic table. The sun is warming me all over....

Very cool RV napkins and drink coasters

  I was very excited to find these drink coaster and cocktail napkins at a kitchen store named the PotRack in pretty Jacksonville,...

Roadside Journal October 30, 2016

  Buried in leaves This is the roof of my motorhome the day we were leaving Eugene. We were parked under a tree...

City’s seal is made of sewer trash

  By Chuck Woodbury It's hard to believe, but true, that the city seal displayed in City Hall in Springfield, Oregon, is...

Still alive after visit with meat-eating plants

  By Chuck Woodbury I survived my visit to the meat-eating plants along the Oregon coast just north of Florence. It turns out, these...

Visit the home of the Simpsons

  By Chuck Woodbury Springfield, Ore., next door neighbor to Eugene, is the home of the TV cartoon series "The Simpsons." That's according...

Editor’s Roadside Journal, Oct. 26, 2016

  Life on the road is working out I've been on the road now for two weeks, living in my "mobile" home of 350 square feet....

Editor’s Roadside Journal, Oct. 25, 2016

  Germs-Are-Us It's 9:45 a.m. in the Deerwood RV Park near Eugene, Oregon. Gail and I are eating oatmeal. Next door, a man and woman...

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