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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... went to a nearby lake, the dogs went in for a paddle, Eva throwing the ball for Bo, Kurt's dog. Zita refusing to go in past her hocks. Rob went in for a swim, he was like an otter. On our way back we then stopped at the disappearing falls. It was a lovely walk to a shady waterfall where the water just disappeared into the ground. Dave told me it was probably flowing down a lava tube. We got home at about 6.30 and had left overs for ...
-Drove to Eugene, OR
-Checked into the house we’re renting for the week; Heaven on Earth Guest House. It’s located very close to United Lutheran Church and the little house we lived in 7 years ago.
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- 7:00am Annie Flies out to Nate and Kendal’s wedding in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
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... to Playland. A locals bar and where we had been told by hotel staff was the Holiday Inn Directors favourite place to go out! Little did we know he would soon become a bestie!! The drinks were pretty reasonable and SO strong it wasn't long before we had made friends! Firstly we met Zeehan, he was very friendly and it wasn't long before we was invited to lunch at the Facebook Headquarters where he worked! Being too drunk at this point we didn't make ...
We left Port Angeles about 8am and stopped to buy a phone card to keep in touch with the family in Courtenay. I'm not sure if we can phone Alan as he doesn't have a landline but he and Rosemary can follow our blog. they have two friends visiting them for a few days and they are going to ...
... 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 ...