Long Hollow Guest Ranch
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... restaurant proved exceptionally difficult to get a table in, but we managed to get one on the second night at 5.45. It was very expensive - nice food - and packed.... with people at least 20 years older than us. We were by far the youngest people in both the restaurant and the hotel it seemed. We thought this was strange. Maybe all the youngsters were in the busy campgrounds. (It got pretty cold at night probably due to elevation of 6000 feet).
After staring at ...
Mileage: 45 miles Altitude Gain: 4200 ft. Ride Time: Total Time: 7.5 hrs. Today started with a hour loop back to Eugene because we left the food in the refrigerator. Bummer but it gave us a enough time to reconsider our route. I heard in passing the there was a big Mt. bike event in Oakridge, OR. Since that was our stopping point for day #1 we would not have a place to camp. After checking either ...
The next day is Todd's first day working Pacific time. Starting at 5AM was a little difficult, but lunch at 9AM was weird! 2PM he is off work and while he runs around the campground, I ride my bike alongside. During the day, I made a pot of split pea and ham soup making dinner not much of an event, but rather a bowl here and there. We have a very nice campfire and allow Maddie to roam around our site. She LOVES it here and ...
This morning was beautiful, not too cold and not raining. I left out about 9:30am and I just had a hard time getting into the grove of it.....I wasn't so much tired just couldn't get into it.....then at 9miles out I started my first climb, 2 miles just climbing, climbing.
The downs were hardly down before another climb, I climbed for about 20 miles with snow along the way. Lots of snow was piled up about 6-8' along the shoulders, the ...
... monotonous skyline.
I finally arrived in Bend, and quickly noticed it has three of my favorite things (if you've been reading or know me at all, you know what about to come): mountains, good beer, and pretty women. I think it's another one of those towns where girls have to audition to live there. Sheesh. Of course, one local told me, as with any good outdoor town, that the male to female ration is like 2:1. However, wikipedia claims ...