Wine, Water and Caves


What do caves, deep blue lakes and wineries have in common?  We visited each of them on our August long weekend getaway.

Jon and I rented a house with his parents for a long weekend down in Southern Oregon.  Our home away from home was a large house right on the Rogue River in Grants Pass, Oregon, complete with a pool, game room and hot tub.  The home itself was dated, but the location and the amenities made up for that.

We had a wonderful long weekend visiting the Oregon Caves National Monument, Crater Lake National Park, wineries and the historic town of Jacksonville.

I can’t wait to share the details with you in my upcoming posts!

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4 thoughts on “Wine, Water and Caves

  1. We stayed at the “Treesort” resort in Cave Junction as a vacation one year. Did a jet boat on the Rogue River which was a lot of fun- especially as it was during one of those rare heat waves there- over 100 degrees- ugh!

    • That sounds like fun! We thought about doing the jet boat tour, but Jon’s dad only wanted to do one boat tour, and we were already doing the Crater Lake boat tour. Although after watching the boats go by every evening, he regretted saying we shouldn’t do it. We will definitely do it next time – we are talking about going again next summer.

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