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Less Sight-Seeing, More People Seeing
It's been a quiet week here in Eugene, OR. Teddy and I survived our weekend without mommy (Annie flew to Canada for a wedding last weekend), and Uncle Paul (Annie’s brother) flew home after traveling with us for two and a half weeks (he deserves some kind of award for putting up with us for that long). While many of the past weeks brought us to lots of natural wonders, this week we just bopped around ...
... earlier in the week. It is a very scenic drive!
Upon arriving in Eugene we made a quick stop at the Fiddler's Green Golf Store as our BC friends the Sarkissians told us to check it out. From there we headed into town and went to a University of Oregon Duck Store. Everywhere you look around here you see the green and gold and the big gold "O". This is definitely a university town and a ...
... trip to Zarautz. Being at the concert, going to the market, sitting on the beach, going to the duomo, hiking in Cinque terre, it was all amazing. Better than I could've ever expected.
Now, in honor of Zak, I am going to do a rose and a thorn. My rose is when we were in Zarautz and I was sitting on top of a hill, watching a sunset and eating the fresh food that stoked had just made for us. I was able to look out at the beautiful town and feel so blessed ...
... settled for a toasted ham, cheese and tomato which originally was a club sandwich minus the turkey, minus the bacon . They were very nice but took a while to come as she was alone and there were several customers.
We drove ten minutes up the road to Belknap Hot Springs from whence our white water rafting expedition was to commence. The company, High Country Expeditions, was full of fun staff who took a light-hearted approach ...
... and the Reisling which did not have the acid of Australian ones. We also had a viognier which actually came from Victoria as did the Merlot.
After a pleasant hour there we came back to Peter's and while he made us a delicious salmon salad for dinner we sat out on his balcony in the gathering twilight, enjoying the view and the conversation. After a great dinner and cheese washed down by a few Oregon reds, it was off to much needed sleep. A great start to our trip.
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