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On Monday Fletcher and Peter spent the day at the Coaches Conference which they found mainly interesting and informative. They had also taken our car back so I was "forced" to have a very lazy day of reading, updating my blog, playing computer games and generally chilling out. That night we returned to Sabai restaurant which has excellent Thai food. Peanut joined us for his last night in Eugene and once again it was very pleasant ...
... a delicious Thai dinner. We had lots of good laughs and I filled them in on my travel itinerary. They are not old enough to be my parents but they are certainly LIKE a second set of parents to me, and Halie is like my sister. She had just left for her tour a few days earlier (luckily she and I had lunch the week before). If you don't already know, Halie is a phenomenal singer and a very ...
... that was 21 feet in diameter! This place overwhelms you with size and age. The larger trees are 1500 to 2000+ years old. Think about what has happened in the life of those trees! Walking through this forest you feel very small. Makes you think about your own short history on this planet.
We did the obligatory drive-thru tree. A little disappointing in that this tree is on private property and they charge you $5 to drive up ...
... few things I learned about Crater Lake was that John Wesley Hilman was looking for gold in 1852 and found this area instead and he named the lake, "Deep Blue Lake". It has had many different names but Crater Lake is what it is known as now.
Crater Lake was created by ...
... wasn't pretty so headed straight for Eugene where I am flying home from.
Walking through Downtown Eugene is like being transported back to the sixties. Not in the architecture but the people.
There are some proper oddballs here.
Half dressed girls wandering around chanting.
Guys that last saw a bath when Clinton was in power walking around playing banjo.
I saw two fully blown tramps begging whilst working on their laptops sitting on the floor at ...
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