Red Chair Travels last days at WildSpring Guest Habitat

The innkeepers of WildSpring Guest Habitat and the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild want to thank Randy Scholten for his amazing job capturing Red Chair Travels in Port Orford, Oregon.  Randy shared a few last photos and we just had to share them with you.  Thanks again Randy and thanks to WildSpring Guest Habitat for allowing Red to Discover the awesome Southern Oregon Coast and your lovely Bed and Breakfast.

WildSpring Guest Habitat's walking Labyrinth    Open air Spa at WildSpring Guest Habitat

A quiet ride across Garrison Lake    New Friends on the deck of WildSpring Guest Habitat

We will continue to share Red’s travel through Oregon as it visits the Seven...

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Red Chair will Travel up the Rogue River to Prospect Hotel and Crater Lake Lodging

Red Chair Travels looking east toward its next stop Prospect Historic HotelRed Chair Travels time at TouVelle House Bed and Breakfast in historic Jacksonville, Oregon is coming to an end.  The innkeepers of the Inn, being the gracious hosts they are, took Red on a hike up Table Top to take it the majestic views of the Rogue River Valley and Mt. McMoughlin.   From here Red could look east toward its next destination, Prospect Historic Hotel-Motel and Dinner House near Crater Lake.

Safe Travels Red Chair.  A few more photos of its time at the Touvelle House Bed and...

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TouVelle House Bed and Breakfast and a Southern Oregon Itinerary

TouVelle House Bed and Breakfast makes it easy for Red Chair Travels to explore all that Southern Oregon has to offer, while enjoying the quite charm of a small town and The Inn, by posting a sample itinerary on their website.  We can guarantee you'll want to extend your stay, or come back again and again!

Red Chair finds a Valentine in TouVelle House GardensDay 1: Ease yourself into vacation mode by arriving at 4:00 pm for check-in to give you time to unwind after your trip and take a dip in the swimming pool or sit by the pond.  Take a...

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Red Chair Travels visits Historic Jacksonville, Oregon

Historic Jacksonville, Oregon, CemeteryJacksonville was founded following discovery of gold in 1851–1852. It became the county seat of Jackson County, a role which was transferred to nearby Medford in 1927.  The innkeepers of TouVelle House Bed and Breakfast, where Red Chair Travels is now staying, spent a lovely Sunday afternoon being tour guides for Red and included a visit to the historic cemetery. Jacksonville's Historic Cemetery, with its first official burial of the remains of Mrs. Margaret Love, in October of 1859, is one of...

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Where to Stay on the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway

Crater Lake as photographed by Fred Wickman, innkeeper of the Historic Prospect Hotel, Motel and Dinner HouseGeotourism is a great way to see the United States. Keith Riggs at the US Department of Agriculture recently posted a really good blog post about touring through Northern California and Southern Oregon on the national Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway.  The route runs from Lake Almanor in Northern California to Crater Lake in Southern Oregon, passing through seven national forests along the way.  Riggs writes: 

Along this journey from volcano to volcano you’ll find opportunities for adventure,...

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Red Chair Travels arrives at TouVelle House Bed and Breakfast in Jacksonville Oregon

TouVelle House Bed and Breakfast in Jacksonville Oregon hosts Red Chair TravelsRed Chair Travels has made the journey over Oregon’s Siskiyou Mountain Range to Jacksonville, Oregon and a stay at the Touvelle House Bed and Breakfast.

Historic Jacksonville Oregon is full of wonderful little surprises and Red Chair Travels is going to absolutely love its time here.  If you're planning a trip to Southern Oregon, consider doing it up in style and stay at an inspected Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild inn.  TouVelle House Bed & Breakfast features 6 guestrooms with private baths, air...

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Red Chair Travels time on the Southern Oregon Coast Comes to an End

Photo Credit: Randy Scholten

Red Chair Travels nears the end of its stay at WildSpring Guest Habitat. The storm has cleared, leaving a stunning vista of the Pacific Ocean and allowing for reflection on time spent on Oregon’s stunning South Coast.

Red will make the journey over Oregon’s Siskiyou Mountain Range to Jacksonville, Oregon and a stay at the Touvelle House Bed and Breakfast.

We will continue to share Red’s travel through Oregon as it visits the Seven Wonders of Oregon, Oregon Wine Country, Mt Hood, Crater Lake and...

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Red Chair Travels to Port Orford on Oregon's Rugged South Coast

Photo by Randy ScholtenThe Red Chair sat for a spell with the Blue Boat at the entrance to Port Orford, Oregon.  The area around Port Orford offers some of the best of Oregon’s spectacular southern coast, from awe-inspiring seascapes to mountain hiking trails and winding rivers.  Visitors will find an active arts community, plus charming gift shops and restaurants featuring fresh local seafood.  

The port of Port Orford is one of only six “dolly” ports in the world where working fishing boats are lifted into and out...

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The Red Chair gets its Legs Wet in the Tidepools of Southern Oregon

Photo by Randy ScholtenOregon's rocky shores create a unique marine environment that offer a glimpse into Pacific Ocean marine life and The Red Chair took advantage of a break in an Oregon Winter Storm to explore the tidepools.

Tidepools are created when the tide goes out from rocky coastal areas, leaving water in crevices and holes. These intertidal (between tides) places support a unique and diverse assortment of plants and animals. The organisms that live in the intertidal areas have to be able to withstand a...

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Red Chair Visits WildSpring Guest Habitat and Port Orford Oregon

Red Chair Visits WildSpring Guest Habitat and Port Orford OregonRed Chair arrived at WildSpring Guest Habitat last week while it was raining so staff chair, being the gracious host, held an umbrella for our visiting celebrity.

Peaceful and secluded, WildSpring provides eco friendly travel in Port Orford, 60 miles north of California, with a zero carbon footprint.  At bit travel weary after its trip up from the Gingerbread Mansion Inn in Ferndale California, Red took advantage of WildSpring's five acres of old Native American ground to restore and...

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The Red Chair has arrived in Oregon.

The Red Chair has arrived in Oregon and we are tickled pink!  Or red as the case might be!"

 

BedandBreakast.com has partnered with the Red Chair Travels to keep the journey alive!

The Red Chair’s story started on Cape Cod in the spring of 2012. This lucky chair has surfed the waves off Nantucket, explored the cranberry bogs of Chatham, enjoyed the view from Nobska Light in Falmouth, watched the grist mill turn at Stony Brook in Brewster and the sun set over Menemsha.  The chair has traveled...

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A Very Deep Lake, Dramatic Volcanic Landscape and a Rich Birding Refuge

Oregon has more designated scenic byways and tour routes than any other state.  The Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild is the only State B&B Association and a welcoming inn awaits you as you travel Oregon's backroads. I am presenting a series of blogs to assist you in creating amazing getaways and tours in Oregon. Thanks Travel Oregon and the Oregon Department of Transportation for sharing this information.

Prospect Historic Hotel-Motel and Dinner HouseThe Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway owes its dramatic scenery and abundant wildlife to its rich...

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A Scenic Byway, the Deepest US Canyon and a Delightful Oregon B&B = Oregon Geotourism

It's that time of year again.  Time to start planning that Oregon Road Trip.  Oregon has more designated scenic byways and tour routes than any other state.  The Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild is the only State B&B Association and a welcoming inn awaits you as you travel the backroads.  I am presenting a series of blogs to assist you in creating amazing getaways and tours in Oregon.  Thanks Travel Oregon and the Oregon Department of Transportation for sharing this information.

CNN Travel released...

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CNN Travel Recognizes Crater Lake in Oregon as a 2014 Must See But Where to Stay?

Crater Lake photograph by Fred Wickman of the Prospect Historic HotelThinking about where to travel for your 2014 vacation?  CNN Travel released an article today about the deepest, longest, tallest, etc., record-setting place to visit in the US. Feature writer Helyn Trickey Bradley distilled the wonders of the United States into 10 superlatives for 2014.  Two are located in Oregon:  Crater Lake and Hells Canyon: Oregon geotourism at its finest! 

Helyn writes about the deepest lake in America (and I just love this):  "Looking to be gobsmacked by nature?...

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Ski Oregon and Stay at an Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild

Ski Oregon and Stay at an Oregon Bed and BreakfastOregon offers unparalleled opportunities for outdoor winter recreation.  Whether you are a skier, snowboarder, or looking for back-country trails for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling, Oregon has it all. And after your day's adventure, get pampered at a member inn of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild.

Central and Eastern Oregon Bed and Breakfasts

Mt. Bachelor, one of the Pacific Northwest’s largest ski areas. Only 20 minutes form Bend, Mt. Bachelor offers world class skiing and...

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Where Will You Ski This Spring Break? Oregon’s Winter Has Finally Arrived

Summer Ski the The Palmer Glacier on Mt. Hood

Winter is finally arriving in Oregon.  Yes, we’ve had snow, not much, and cold, sometimes bitter, but not nearly as much as we are used to.  Well, that's changing and there are plenty of spring storms lined up to bring exceptional spring skiing conditions up to where we like them for Winter Outdoor Adventures.

Oregon offers unparalleled opportunities for outdoor winter recreation. Whether you are a skier, snowboarder, or looking for backcountry trails for snowshowing, cross-country skiing...

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Oregon Bird Watching In the Oregon Cascades from Mt. Hood to Crater Lake

March brings the beginning of the southward movement of many migratory land birds through Oregon and as an avid birder I wanted to share the many birding opportunities that can be found in throughout our state.  The Oregon Cascade Birding Trail (OCBT) is a self-guided auto tour highlighting nearly 200 prime birding destinations designed to showcase the region's birds and spectacular scenery.  This blog will focus on the Mt Hood Loop of the Oregon Cascade Birding Trail.  Let's get settled...

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Why Should I Care Where in the World is the Prospect Hotel?

 

Guest blogger Karen Wickman, owner of the Prospect Historic Hotel, lodging near Crater Lake, Oregon, wants you to know!  She writes:

Prospect is a sleepy little town on the side of the road off of Highway 62 in Southern Oregon. It’s right on the way to Crater Lake National Park and is nestled in the middle of the Rogue River National Forest.  It is surrounded by astonishing natural wonders that you would never know were there if you didn’t do a little exploring. Within a half a mile of the Prospe...

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Crater Lake Lodging with Music, Food, Beverages, Art and More in the Stunning Southern Oregon Cascades

Southern Oregon Music in the Mountains

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What I like about bed and breakfasts in Oregon (Doily Decision 2012)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hey sports fans--do you like an Oregon bed and breakfast of the traditional type with doilies on the nightstands?  Or are you the type of traveler to prefer your bed and breakfast lodging be doily-free?  Well, here's your chance to let us Oregon innkeepers know.

The Professional Association of Innkeepers International (affectionately known as PAII and pronounce as "pie") is holding a vote: DOILY DECISION 2012.  We need to hear from you, the guests who stay in our Oregon bed...

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