Americas Best Value Inn Eugene
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Today was definitely the calm after the storm; the streets were very quiet but the roads still pretty busy. We decided to have a sleep-in today and have a wander around the local area. The weather has been chilly compared to Portland; it's been around 24 degrees and cloudy today. We wore hoodies as there was a bit of a chill, but it was a lot …
So although the hotel only had one choice of breakfast (savoury breakfast muffins, like McDonald's use for like, egg mcmuffin) accompanied by coffee or orange juice, the blankets were cigarette (or bud, just sayin') burn- ridden, the place STUNK of skunk, our fridge froze everything (frozen yogurt is nice, frozen milk, however, does not pour into …
This owl has changed the way forests are managed in America. It is found in
very old stands of forest (at least more than 80 years). They use the large
trees for breeding and foraging. Their main diet consists of flying
squirrel. It took me 1:30 to get to the known forest and then another hour
to find them. It short these pictures are a product of a days work.
... 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 ...
... I was high on the feeling that I was a kid again. This is twice now that it's happened: the fountain in Seattle was the first. And now I felt specifically like my 10 year old self riding around my favourite holiday place in Australia, a sleepy beach town called Hawks Nest. Eugene had the same vibe, and I felt the same sense of childhood mischief, cycling around, feeling super cool and independent. We rode all the way to the other side of town - granted, it's ...