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if you’d like to read more about our local ghost town, Golden- here is the link. travelgrantspass.com/explore/golden-ghost-town/

sweet. Time to go exploring

And will be getting more under the Dictatorship of Kate Brown. Companies and Small Businesses will have to leave to survive, thus so will Families.

Go see Golden just east of Wolf creek. Charming....church, school, store etc.

I actually lived in one as a kid

Julie Ball

Yep!!!! And have seen a lot of them!!!!

No way

It's the economy. 🙂

Marion Knight

Kourtney Harwood

Virginia, Virginia Ellen Glasgow

Sara Bain Bowie do you know where they all are?

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Cha-cha-cha-changes!
The Redwoods Hotel is getting a facelift!

The Redwoods Hotel is a wonderful example of early twentieth century hotel architecture, with art deco elements on its facade. It was completed in 1926, by the Portland architecture firm of Tourtellotte and Hummel. In 1975 the old brick portion of the complex, formally known as the Josephine Hotel, burned and was completely destroyed. However, the unit designed by Tourtellotte and Hummel was not seriously damaged and is now known as the Redwoods Hotel and can be found at the corner of 6th and E.
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Cha-cha-cha-changes! 
The Redwoods Hotel is getting a facelift!

The Redwoods Hotel is a wonderful example of early twentieth century hotel architecture, with art deco elements on its facade. It was completed in 1926, by the Portland architecture firm of Tourtellotte and Hummel.  In 1975 the old brick portion of the complex, formally known as the Josephine Hotel, burned and was completely destroyed. However, the unit designed by Tourtellotte and Hummel was not seriously damaged and is now known as the Redwoods Hotel and can be found at the corner of 6th and E.

 

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My son Devon, and his date had their prom dinner in the early 90’s at the top of the Redwood Tower!

Great to see something is happening to the outside of the tallest building downtown Grants Pass.

Very nice! I love the Miral and this just makes it complete.

The Tall Building DOES reach the sky...

I’ve always heard the money it would cost to renovate the plumbing and electrical and to bring it up to code is astronomical 🤷🏻‍♀️

This would be an amazing wedding/party venue

Can’t wait for something on the inside to happen!

I hate to say it, but that blue needs to be toned down... The original had a better sky blue color...

Loooove it!! Excited about this! Rooftop dining and/or lounge will be ahhhhmazing!

That is BEAUTIFUL! What an awesome addition to our gorgeous downtown. I can't wait to see what else they do with it!

I wish Mcmenamins would purchase it and have a great restaurant and venue.

So Beautiful! I wish they would spuce up the other side of the building too. The side everyone sees while driving down 6th street🌻

My mother and grand mother volunteered to watch for incoming enemy planes from the top floor, during WWII, along with other women in the community.. So glad to see something is going to become of it again!

My great aunt and uncle, Harriett and Sherman Tharp, lived in the owners suite during part of the war years. My mom, Patricia Onyett (maiden name) has fond memories of visiting there with them.

My friend stayed in the Redwood Hotel. There was one bathroom for the entire floor.

I would love to see something happen with this building. A hotel, a restaurant, a ball room for events....something!

Wonderful! 💙

word on the street is that it will be a restaurant in the lobby, and will expand into a hotel and rooftop bar. I look forward to seeing it come alive again

I'm excited to see it!

Wonderful News ❣️❤️❣️😁

Very nice! Thx for sharing

But, is it going to reopen?

Next to Dutch brother's house between D and E streets.

Where is this hotel located at?

Where is this located at?

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Feeling hot out there? This picture of Applegate Lake might cool you off.💦

Quick fact:
The lake, the dam, and other entities in this region were named for Lindsay and Jesse Applegate. In 1848, the brothers helped lead a party of settlers through the Rogue River Valley on the way to mines in California.🤓
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Feeling hot out there? This picture of Applegate Lake might cool you off.💦

 Quick fact:
The lake, the dam, and other entities in this region were named for Lindsay and Jesse Applegate. In 1848, the brothers helped lead a party of settlers through the Rogue River Valley on the way to mines in California.🤓

 

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Debbie Hammer I love the reflections. Get out you paints.

Beautiful!!!!!

It was another fantastic year at the Josephine County Fair! Thanks everyone who participated. Can’t wait for next year! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Great pictures

Who else is thirsty this weekend? 🍻

📷 Weekend Beer Co.
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Who else is thirsty this weekend? 🍻

📷 Weekend Beer Co.

 

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Great beer! Great atmosphere! Great people!

Yay Weekend Beer Company!

Was there yesterday!

Thanks for the shout out!!! Perfect weather for a cold beer!

Yay! I'll check this out. Right down the street from me.

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Where is it?

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Epic experiences are not the only draw of the Rogue River.  It inspires our spirit and pride in the place we call home.

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Grants Pass
57° clear sky
H 78 • L 54
71% humidity
wind: 1m/s WSW
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