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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, ...
... a pretty quick one. No major incidents, nothing really to report. The views of the coastline, as far as I could tell (my eyes were ever on those winding bends), were as outstanding as anyone who's ever driven them has reported. We had our lunch at DQ, which was a significant step down from what we've been eating lately, and then entered Deerwood RV Park. Advertised as "Eugene's Luxury RV Park", it certainly makes you feel posh. And then not posh ...
... wasn't pretty so headed straight for Eugene where I am flying home from.
Walking through Downtown Eugene is like being transported back to the sixties. Not in the architecture but the people.
There are some proper oddballs here.
Half dressed girls wandering around chanting.
Guys that last saw a bath when Clinton was in power walking around playing banjo.
I saw two fully blown tramps begging whilst working on their laptops sitting on the floor at ...
... big happy family we eat our hearts out. Pad Thai and a Tsunami cocktail later we head back to the Hotel, where we curl up in our Queen size beds and fall asleep giggling like girls having a PJ-party. Tomorrow is the big day. I have no idea what to expect, how it'll be, whom I'll meet more then I've already met. But one thing is for sure, it's going to be intense, challenging and amazing getting together with so many great people. I can't wait! ...