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A distance today of 176 miles. Last night we watched the sunset as we dined in the hotel restaurant- beautiful. The couple at the table behind us were from Moodiesburn, Glasgow. They could not understand how they were going to get through all the food they had ordered!! After breakfast today we took a drive down into the "city". Like many other places Klamath Falls has more empty shops than full. We went down to the Memorial Park which was ...
... cone. You can take a boat ride to Wizard Island and fish. We didn't do it today but it would be fun if we visit again. We had a picnic lunch in the park and when I bit done on a potato chip I lost a tooth! I think it's the tooth my dentist said was showing a small crack and i might want to cap it someday. I guess that day is now. Very stressful! I'm in no pain it just looks awful. It's a top tooth, two teeth from the center. ...
... a comparable drive up the East Coast in July with a high density of cars and boats along the coast and in the Inner Coastal, the drive up the Pacific Coast Highway was very different and very special.
So despite all of the setbacks and challenges, it was great to see Shawn and Kathy, and Misha and her boyfriend Josh, and to beat the crowd to the family reunion with time to relax and catch up with Kathy.
This travel day was not as long as the previous two but seemed longer. We traveled close to 250 miles in 5 hours keeping pace with our average of 50 mph. The scenery from Mt. Shasta to Eugene changes constantly, first traveling out of the pine forest to hilly grassland chock full of eroded volcanic plugs, then through a mixed forest of juniper and scrub pine. A few 6% grades result in many gains and losses of elevation. The air was heavy and the first ...
David Galbraith (who doesn't Google) is a Eugene man who has now made over 1000 1/20th scale models for this museum.
From the very first flying machines to the present day as well as a huge number of space exploration vehicles.
They are exquisit and because they are all the same scale it is astonishing to see the size and variety of machines made over the years.
Man has ...