|At a rest stop - a couple of hours south from Salem, Oregon.|
|I-5 southbound - with reasonably light traffic.|
|Canyonville is where the wonderful Seven Feathers RV Resort and Casino is located.|
|This resort is five star - bar none! We have not found any other RV park that tops this one.|
|Pulling up to the canopy arrival area at the Seven Feathers RV Resort.|
|Jeanette climbed the hillside to capture this photo while I was inside at the registration desk.|
|The drive throughs here are first rate. Well angled, it's a breeze to roll a big rig into these spots. Gotta like that!|
|Captured this photo while walking around the RV park.....|
|The grounds are meticulously maintained - summer, fall, winter and spring.|
|This nice walk way heads down the hill from the RV resort and winds its way toward the truck stop, under I-5 and to the casino. Nice day for a walk this was.|
|Jeanette wanted a photo showing the front of this casino. Nice|
|I was meandering about near the entry to the casino when a local offered to capture Jeanette's photo in front of the casino.|
Tomorrow will find us at Durango RV Resort in Red Bluff, CA. That's just a few miles south from Redding, CA. That first class resort (unlike Seven Feathers) permits RVers to wash their rigs on site. Gotta love that. It's the reason we choose to stay at that resort. Once clean, our rig tends to stay clean throughout the winter months while in the US southwest.
All right! That's all from here. The Weber awaits my attention.
Thanks for dropping by.