Econo Lodge Bend
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... people this weekend for us! The Resort is hosting a Labor Day party, featuring three bands, and furnishing the barbequed hamburgers and hot dogs. The party goers brought a pot luck of hors d'oeuvres, salads, fruits and desserts. Fun was had by all!
Our last day here and we are feeling somewhat adventurous. We head up to one of our favorite places, that being Camp Sherman. We have to pass through the very small but very popular tourist destination of Sisters. Sisters ...
... TV, having my little breakfast snacks and then getting out and doing some walking and errands.
I discovered while trying to kayak up in the Cascade Lakes area on Memorial day, that my 20 year old spray skirt for my hardshell kayak was no longer flexible enough to go on easily or to stay on. I need it to stay on when kayaking on these large lakes, as it usually gets windy and thus the water rough and choppy. So today I went to Tumalo Kayaks & bought a ...
went downtown and we looked around. We
went to the U.S. biggest independent bookstore called Powell’s. It was extraordinary! I got a book called 1001 Facts About Ancient
Egypt. We had a great lunch at a
fabulous brewery (mom wrote this sentence).
We then went and visited the Cosper’s.
We went to the park and played for a while and then ate dinner. After that, ...
Further south and more fruit and varied crops abound with some fantastic smells.
Changing the subject. You guys are confused by roundabouts but how on earth do you deal with 4 way stop junctions?
I have found the best way is to run them at about 30mph, don't slow down and don't give way to anything. Everyone seems to be so confused at them that if you take this positive approach everyone assumes you are in the ...
... 12,000 feet high “when the eruptions were reaching their climax. Torrents of red-hot, gas-charged pumice poured down Mazama’s slopes at speeds of up to 100 mph. On top of this came a flow of heavier rocks called Scoria. These glowing avalanches flooded down slope for many miles, leaving deep deposits in their wake.”
“Temperatures in these deposits may have exceeded 750 ...