Bend Riverside Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The rooms are huge and the riverside position is very relaxing.
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- I found the mechanic that could fix the problem in my car.
- I was able to pay with the same money my Aunt gave me for doing her yard work.
- He fixed my car.
- thats all i needed now I'm off to Portland.
- Im so excited for Portland!
- Mechanic: -$130
- Food: -$15 ...
... OK, but it was empty, as were the ones on either side. I finally tracked down a neighbor across the street, who told me that they had moved to Costa Rica! Well, so much for that...
So I came back, watched the last two episodes of House of Cards, and wrote up my notes this morning -- with this lovely view out my window. I love what I see from own windows at home, but this isn't too shabby, ...
... in this area. The tube narrows and divides into two tunnels called Two Tube Tunnel. One of the most unique parts of the cave is the area called Sand Garden. It is surrounded by a chain link fence to protect it. The floor is covered with sand. The constant dripping of water has carved spires and pinnacles in the sand.
Today we walked almost 5.5 miles. It was in the mid 60's during the day but high 30's in the evening.
Plan was to drive as far as Crater Lake National Park but was obvious fairly early in the piece that we were never going to make it that far and looking at the Lonely Planet Guide it may not even be possible to go there at all as this early in summer the road there can be closed due to snow. So we aimed for Bend it looking to be the biggest place on the road we are travelling. First stop was to Walmart to stock up on drinks ...
... farm structures and hardly any farms. The few that we pass are growing grazing crops. This is sheep and cattle country so I guess they eat pretty much what will grow here.
Did I mention that this is very desolate country? If it weren't for stops at two rest areas we wouldn't have seen another soul except for those passing through in their vehicles. By the way, we pass few vehicles the rest stops didn't have many in them either.
More signs of civilization ...