Pines at Sunriver
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... 8217;d have been in trouble… We fired up the gen set… had dinner and in the cover of the old growth Douglas Fir we relaxed in the shade as the RV cooled down… The next morning a couple of the campers and the host camper came over to check out Jim’s caboose … They thought it was pretty great and want to make something like it for their own!
We did several things while we were relaxing around the RV here at TT in Sun ...
... created by the eruption of nearby Lava Butte approximately 6000 years ago. The lava flow damned the Deschutes, forming a lake known as Lake Benham. The river eventually flowed over the dam, draining the lake, and forming the falls.
We stopped at the Sunriver Village which consists of numerous shops and restaurants. Many people were milling around.
... Critters at the toy store. Doesn't make much sense to me as ya can't chew on em and ya can't play fetch with em ... go figure. Dad brought home a giant crate for the back of the pickup. Smashed his finger trying to figure out how to make it collapse - think the sales clerk at pet store learned some new cuss words. Evidently the dog is supposed to hang out there when its hot and the rest of pack is off sightseeing. Not sure how to ...
... automatically. Some campsites such as ours in Bend don’t have sewer hook-ups but have a dump site on location … If you stay long enough you have to dump your tanks … you need to pack up your RV and move the rig to the dump site then return it to your original campsite … and re-setup your camp … Well, Charlie got a new gray Poop Wagon … it holds twice as much poop as his old blue poop wagon … it is a little ...
... June of 1944, how many days before you had a break – a leave?
How long after D-Day did you receive your orders to return to the US?
During your visits to Europe, what sites did you see that were related to the war?
These questions and many other observations were answered by Gus during a filmed interview (Gwenn was the cinematographer) at his home in Sammamish, Washington early in 2012. This trip will be documented in writing by our blog ...