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... sports - mountain biking, horse riding, rock climbing, kayaking and white water rafting. So you'd expect it would be rich in accommodation options for travelers - particularly those camping.
Well, you'd expect wrong. By the end of a trying evening, we wanted to change the name of our car from Van Damme to Donkey, and our names to Mary and Joseph. Just no room anywhere. (there were only 3 RV parks and a small state campground, and all were full. To add insult ...
... over here. If I find myself trapped on an interstate with a 70mph (130kph, I think) limit, my first priory is to maintain bowel control, and my second is to find a way off the interstate before becoming a radiator ornament or having our eye balls sucked out by a passing semi trailer.
With Visa time getting short we have turned south. We will start by sticking to the West coast, as opposed to the Rockies route we took last time we were here.
... at Levi's beach house once before, I knew we had a bunch of options for activities around the area. However, as I looked at the weather report, it said 100% chance of rain throughout the day. The planning side of me told me to "stay inside," since I didn't have any of my outdoor gear to handle that. The new, adventurer side of me said, "go crabbing, who cares?!" I let the logical side win this time, since Levi also hesitated, so we ...
... mails from her phone when away from home. Mission successful. Went to 3 yarn stores after that. Found out we were kinda shopped out. Went to our hotel, The Fairfield Inn Suites in North Portland. Went to a movie, "Chef". It was good. Took some pizza back to the hotel. This Marriott was not their finest. TV was ******. Couldn't get the major networks. Had to ask the front desk for the TV stations and the print out ...
... br> Headed South today to be closer to Eugene for my flight home for the Queen to meet me and 5 miles from this great and cultivated land, I am back in the desert. Although not quite. Huge rolling hills cultivated to wheat and a great scale.
How can it change so quickly?
They talk of the high desert of Oregon, but I am only at 800 feet altitude.
Is this the state in the US with the most variety of climate, agriculture, geography ...