The bus is full for this year's Senior Adult Road Trip!
It didn't take long for us to fill the 20 spots open on our church bus for the five-day road trip coming September 2-6 to explore several unique attractions in southern and central Oregon. Among our stops will be the Glass Forge Gallery and Studio, the Harry & David Candy Factory, the Flyte Camp Vintage RV Rehab Center and the Crescent Moon Alpaca Ranch. We'll enjoy rides on a historic trolley ride in Jacksonville, a jet boat down the Rogue River and on "the world's longest miniature railroad." Also on the itinerary are visits to Upper Klamath Lake, the Oregon Observatory at Sunriver and the Newberry Volcanic National Monument, plus a short Bible study each day led by Pastor Don.
The cost is $375 per person. This covers transportation, four nights' lodging, breakfast each morning and all admission fees. Individuals are responsible for their own lunch and dinner, plus any souvenirs purchased along the way. A $100 non-refundable deposit was due June 2 and the remaining balance is due August 4.
If there are questions, please contact Carol Reeves at 541-908-3765 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here's a peek at some of the highlights of our trip as currently planned:
And here's a glance at some of the memories we have from previous year's trips: