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Set off from Eureka this morning in somewhat cloudy and foggy conditions which continued as we headed up I105N, we stopped at Arcata for a coffee then followed the beautiful coastal drive North through more of the amazing redwood forests. We stopped at a funny little place that had a cable car heading up into the forest - lots of Yank **** stuff at the roadside including huge life like figures of Paul Banyan and his blue ox??????????? No idea what that was ...
... Valley River Inn which is the IAAF hotel to collect our accreditation. With that around our necks we can get free bus travel and entrance to the event and VIP area. While there we saw some old friends, like Gunther and Stephane. No doubt we will catch up with many more at the track tomorrow. We returned to Peter's and relaxed. About 11-30, Fletcher and I drove into the Downtown area to check out the shops and have lunch. Found a quirky bookstore with some interesting and ...
... coffee for the past three days. So Monday morning we bring them a large thermos of coffee, some 1/2 & 1/2 and sweetener. They really appreciated that hot cup of Joe! So much that we brought them some more this morning. Uh, where did they go? I guess living in a tent without much camping equipment was a little much. Maybe their condo was ready early or maybe they decided to splurge on a motel room.
It is said that ...
... and Jim is hitting the scan button on the radio. He usually finds a Mexican station (yes, even in the city of Portland) so he is driving 65 miles per hour, 4 lanes of traffic, weaving in and out, be-bopping to the music while I'm clutching the leather armrests of my recliner and taking deep breaths to keep from hyperventilating. When we are out of the city limits and traffic is lighter, we can carry on our usual conversation that ...
... usual conversation that goes something like this:
Jim: "Three years ago we stayed at Woodburn RV Park just 10 miles from Salem, Oregon on the left side of the road."
June: "How the heck do you remember that? We only stayed for a night or two and we've been at so many parks."
Jim: "And, we drove into Salem and bought our first Net 10 phone at Walmart."
June: "Look, there's Woodburn RV Park and you're correct - it is ...
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