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... to do this week is have a substatnial lunch and then grab a snack from the VIP Lounge for dinner. I had a lovely tomato and gorgonzola soup and then a pasta with chicken and asparagus in a cream sauce. Very tasty though the soup could have been warmer. Fletcher had Minestrone and then a chicken fettucine in a tomato/cream sauce. Both were very nice he said. We then tried to find the Tsunami bookshop but didn't go far enough to find it. Another day!
After a ...
... where old hippies come to die. Can't verify that statement but over the years of visiting this lovely state we have sure seen a lot of older folk wearing tie dyed "T" shirts, granny dresses and wearing their hair in long gray pony tails! I can say that my brother in law fit the bill to the "T" when he lived just north of Portland, working in Oregon and living in Washington State - not so much now that he lives in Idaho.
The city ...
... 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 ...
Total miles 7,406 Good amount of driving last night, around 90 miles, after I finished the blog from yesterday. This has me on Interstate 5 North. Will be heading up to 42 West and then following 101 all the way up the coast, into Washington over the next few days. My hope for Oregon/Washington is that hiking/backpacking will start fully and there will be more time in the outdoors. The one thing I ...
... under highway 101 into a wild grotto where we are greeted with sea lions. A male and his harem. The groaning noises echo through the caves and I stand and watch as they perch on a rock with the sea crashing against them. We also observe many different sea birds too.
At Florence we turn inland and leave the coast behind. We are heading for a camp ground near Eugene. Now for those that are 80's film fans and know the ...
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