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Ashland, Oregon
     

Ashland, Oregon

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by David Vokac
 
Ashland�where the palms meet the pines�may well be the classic prototype for The Great Towns of America. Favorable geography, thoughtful development, and a lot of good fortune combine to make this town an idyllic enclave of culture and recreation amid alpine grandeur. This unique vacation/relocation guide, completely new in 2012, reveals Ashland�s top restaurants,

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Ashland�where the palms meet the pines�may well be the classic prototype for The Great Towns of America. Favorable geography, thoughtful development, and a lot of good fortune combine to make this town an idyllic enclave of culture and recreation amid alpine grandeur. This unique vacation/relocation guide, completely new in 2012, reveals Ashland�s top restaurants, attractions, and lodgings; and goes into detail about the town�s weather and data pertaining to what it�s like to live there.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014583183
Publisher:
West Press
Publication date:
07/13/2012
Series:
Great Towns of America eBooks , #9
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
45
File size:
4 MB

Meet the Author

David and Joan Vokac are full-time travel writers based in San Diego. Their books focus on America's top towns for those seeking havens combining natural beauty, recreation and culture. All of their books feature the best attractions, restaurants and lodgings in each exciting locale. David Vokac has been a full-time travel writer since 1983 and has written fifteen travel guidebooks in addition to travel articles. He was born in Chicago and grew up on a ranch near Cody, Wyoming. He taught classes in land economics while completing a master's degree in geography at the University of Arizona. In Denver, he was in charge of economic analysis for community renewal, and in San Diego he was in charge of park development for unincorporated villages. Joan Vokac, co-author of The Great Towns of America, second edition, was born and raised in New Jersey. She has a bachelor's degree from Bucknell University and a Master's degree from the University of Michigan. She completed a thirty-year career as a planner for unincorporated towns in San Diego County. Since then, Joan has been working with David in writing and revising the "Great Towns" series, including co-authoring the latest travel guidebooks, and is the webmaster for www.greattowns.com.

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Ashland, Oregon 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
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