Americas Best Value Inn Eugene
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Not counting our brief, self congratulatory post about reaching the other side, and many thanks for comments in response, it's been some time since the last entry in Kalispell, and the theme of time waiting for no-one seems, if anything, to be more marked, as we find ourselves in the middle of September, and more than five months on the road behind us. ...
Today our agenda was to take us to Eugene, Oregon, but before heading south, we took a leisurely drive up toward Olympic National Park for a pleasant scenic ride along the waterways of the Puget Sound. The day began at 8:20 and 72 degrees, but before the day was over, the temps had climbed to 102…not what we expected in the northwest. But also, unlike the northwest, we had another beautiful day of clear skies ...
... surrounded by so many normal people easily getting around normally by bike - and without fear of being hit by a car - is happy-making for me.
Perhaps if I lived in any of those cities i would develop my own stress of having too many people on bikes around me, too many cargo bikes going too slowly in front of me, having no place to park my bike because there are just too many bikes, etc. But for the next three weeks, those are non-problems to ...
... meal here. Fletcher started with Prawns cooked in Limoncello while I had a thick and tasty minestrone. For mains Fletcher had the Lasagna which was luscious while my Prawns and scallops with angel hair pasta was delicious, the tomato and red capsicum sauce being plentiful and tasty. The bottle of Sicilian red really complemented the food. Though the desserts menu was tempting we had no room for any more and we drove back to Peter's feeling sated and happy. We are really enjoying Oregon!
... why was $10? Come back in the morning! Alrighty!
Monday, August 19-
We chose campsite #5 as it offered some shade and an additional 3 night stay. The people in site #5 confirmed that they were leaving no later than noon and they understand that we have to vacate our site at noon, the check out time. I walked over to the office at 0900 and the neon sign was blinking "CLOSED ...... CLOSED.....CLOSED". The campground host's site ...