Eugene Whiteaker Hostel
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Beautiful, peaceful, colourful and everything you need. Friendly staff, comfortable and clean rooms. Great vibe, great price and amazing breakfast.
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Today we made our way a few hours south to the whacky and wonderful Eugene, and it started off quite hilariously. We got up, had our last porch breakfast, and headed in to town all packed and ready for our 12.45pm bus, only to realise that we were actually catching a 3.15pm bus. Completely my fault for getting times confused in my head, but oh man …
... lovely couple who we shared taking photos with! The vortex is a well worth while attraction and does make you question how?! How can Jen and I look the same height one way and then perfectly normal the next? Mind was truly blown!! Now being believers we headed off and was ready for California!!! First stop - Redding! It was very sad to see the beautiful mountains and forests slowly disappear and the temperature got about 10 degrees hotter as we was getting ...
... far - and heralded the evening with some loud singing and whistling. We only needed a few more people to make a cool kid bike gang from an American family movie.
After this, we relaxed at home, and then rode out again to have dinner at a brew-pub. This one was embracing the hunting/log cabin feel, with high backed armchairs, lots of wood and old ads and doodads hanging on the wall. I stuffed myself with some delicious Cajun style pasta with shrimp"
... a PB in the 100 and followed that up by jumping 7-47m in the Long Jump, a new Championship record for the Decathlon. Cassie Simmons in the Heptathlon also ran a PB in her hurdles, a good start for the team.
We were sitting up in the IAAF President's box, meaning we had seats in the main strait just near the finish line and were given cushions rather than sitting on the wooden board seats. We saw Seb Coe there and several other faces we knew. Our girls ...
... jumping off point for Antarctica at Ushuaia, Argentina (SAWH). It’s only 530 nm from SCRM, but it’s in Argentina so there is some unclear issue with getting a clearance to depart Argentina for a flight to a Chilean base. I may understand this better once I arrive in the area. Obviously, making the flight from SAWH to SCRM is the shortest possible combination and the most desirable for that reason.
On my RTW flight I ...