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... left of us with wide open plains to the right with lots of cattle. Plenty of water today! The Lake had lots of Pelicans and I think Cranes. The railroad ran alongside the waters edge and in fact we and the railroad were side by side for much of today. We drove North on the 97 through forest areas, much more dense than yesterday. Miles and miles of it! We stopped at a rest area and came upon some chipmunks scampering about. The 97 was ...
Day 15 – 4,200 miles from Fort Lauderdale, across the bottom of the county to the pivot point of Anaheim, CA and then up the Pacific Coast to Eugene; that's the summation of our drive when we arrived last Friday. Our arrival was a bit of a gray cloud. Let me explain, it would appear that the pre-departure fire drill of wash machine breakdown, hot water heater killing itself and then our cargo container packing it in, ...
... seats. Apparently she is on some medication for water retention and needs to keep her feet elevated. The funny thing is, the reclining leg rest works just fine and for the past 26 hours since we left LA, she has hardly raised her feet to elevate them. To top it all off, her daughter apparently dropped her suitcase on her foot yesterday morning as they were checking out of their hotel room to make their way to the train station in LA. She ...
... park your tent trailer next to a mansion on wheels towing a brand new Jaguar. I kid you not. When your tow car is a Jaguar you've got some money to burn. And we've got glorious wi-fi again. We set-up, I sweated, and then everyone went for 'quiet time'. Mel is asleep, trying desperately to feel better. The storied 'Eugene Saturday Market' is tomorrow and she's been pumped for it for a while. It's hard to believe that we're more than half done ...
... no damage, no complaining... well, some sad looks
by the end of those days, but all is forgiven once we check in and cool
off, get some chow, drink some water. Last night on the road was in Las Vegas--yeesh, what a contrast with rural, cool, Oregon, but I loved my La Quinta motel room, with its soft bed and HD TV, and had a nice last morning on the road watching 2nd week Wimbledon. Am adding some additional photos and videos below from this last week. Thanks for reading!