Canyonville, Oregon: Greetings from the road, Dear Reader! This afternoon we started an adventure which I will title the “Deja Vu All Over Again” tour… because we will be revisiting some of the places we really love, but haven’t seen for a while. Mexico included!
Before leaving this morning, we had a little party come by to wish us a bon voyage:
I noticed three deer through the railing on the upper deck.
They didn’t stick around for long – they can hear the click of a camera shutter from 100 feet.
The last few things were loaded into the Honda. We drove to the RV storage place and soon we were on our way. Driving I-5. Again.
Oh well. At least we were pointed south.
We didn’t drive too far – four hours to Exit 99, and our usual stop-over to Seven Feather RV Resort, a top-of-the line campground.
Seven Feathers RV Resort in Canyonville, Oregon – I-5, exit 99
We love this park because of their fabulous facilities – indoor pool & spa, fitness center, large campsites, and modern bath house. It is far enough from the freeway that you aren’t bothered by traffic noise. The resort is affiliated with a Native American casino across the freeway and a shuttle bus buzzes through the campground to fetch you if you feel the need to gamble or plow through a buffet line.
Our spot for the night. No need to unhitch the tow car in this long site.
The view from our campsite
A beautiful creek runs through the RV Resort
But, I don’t think we will be wandering around in the woods
Tonight we will be resting, relaxing and refueling for a much-longer drive in the morning.
Until my next update, I remain, your “on the road again” correspondent.
RV Park: Seven Feather RV Resort – Site #148. Super-long paved pull-through at the far end of the campground. Very quiet. 30 & 50 amp. Full-hookups with cable and free wifi. We paid $32.40 with our Good Sam and casino Player Club card discounts.