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... average temperature of 55˚F and sunny skies heading into the Eugene area. We asked ourselves, could the weather really change that quickly within 20 or so miles? Well friends, yes. Yes it can. We noticed fog not too far from the Eugene exits. When we say fog, we mean there was a literal fog wall that we crossed through. On one side, it was sunny and temperatures were pleasant. The other side was a slightly more ...
... almost unheard of.
Continuing east we travel away from the flat Willamette Valley and climb into the rolling foothills of the Cascade Range. The area is dotted with grass, grain, and hay farms. A few bovines and sheep are raised here as well. The road we travel is known as the Over The Rivers and Through The Woods Highway, a State of Oregon scenic byway. The Halsey-Sweethome Highway dead ends into Oregon 20 at Sweethome, the main central Oregon route ...
... to anyone who'll listen. Sadly, I know that she too will enter the 'Terrible Threes' at some point. Three, most likely. We are really worried about Portland now. Portland is intended to be our big farewell to Oregon and a final feather in our cap for toughing out the trip. But right now we're both dreading it. Our preliminary plan is to have Penny in the stroller with the Ergo carrier on standby. Should Henry, as has been his wont, decide that ...
... new) friends (Lexi and Steph) room. They open the door and instead of entering another hotel room, we enter a red tent... Everywhere we look beautiful red-purple colored blankets, scarfs and cloths are draped on the curtains, television and lamps. The scent of incense gives me a feeling of home and on the bed a sweet little baby is on her way to a far far place filled with dreams. Some other amazing women come too and after sharing birth stories while rubbing each others feet some ...
... in-law, and they said that the Oregon fans were all very nice to them. One interesting thing was that the Oregon fans expect to score a touchdown on every drive. I remember three occurrences when Fresno State pinned them within the 20-yard-line, and I heard Oregon fans say something like they "would just have to go 85 yards" instead of 60 or 70. The one thing that was a bit distasteful is that as a group there was a LOT ...
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