The Oval Door Bed and Breakfast Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Oval Door Bed and Breakfast Inn Eugene
This was a great place, good people, a super place to get over my travel and relax before I head out... thanks Oval Door!
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A few snaps of the neighborhood around the B & B... some huge redwood trees across the street.
Waiting to get my bike, then off to GP
... needs for the journey ahead Larry was content watching the scenery, and we both commented about familiar areas along the way. The rocking movement of the train slowly extracted the stress of the last several months from my being and lulled me into relaxation.....a state I hadn't felt, except in my weekly yoga class, for far too long. My community duties as regent of my Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) chapter, co-founder of the Florence ...
... is difficult, but not impossible. We rode back over the railway tracks to a fancy victorian style house on a hill that we had spied yesterday. It was the Shelton McMurphy Johnson House, and for $6 we took a tour of its beautifully preserved rooms and furniture. Three generations across two different families lived here, and it was like reading a forgotten classic learning about their lives and adventures. The original owners were super keen for Eugene to become a ...
... and other wooden cottages but they would be lovely spots for a summer holiday.
At the end of the trip we alighted and then were taken back by bus to Belknap where we could change from our very wet clothes. They had also had someone taking photos along the way so we bought the USB of our boat. Outside Belknap were some interesting carvings and a great fountain in the form of a jazz band. There was also a humming bird feeder ...
... lovely creek) and then spent some time with Shelia over coffee. She is the sweetest person in the world and wouldn't let me leave the house empty-handed, so I left with a bag full of fruit, snacks, wine and vitamin water! Another difficult goodbye (but it's just 'see ya later')
And then I was on the road again... a few showers and then sun all the way down to my Air B&B in Ashland!