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Noela and I set of early leaving the other 5 couples behind in Eureka, the others are having a short day, and we are heading to Sisters Oregon to meet up with Bob and Vicky Hunt. Departing Eureka, we continued along the coast seeing beaches, but also forest. It is really cold and an extra layer of clothing is required.
On reaching Crescent City …
... up from the ceiling! Even better they had wine and beer hour at 5pm with free (very) local beers and wines. We had our drinks outside in the warm evening sun and chatted with fellow guests whilst Cameron raced around throwing pine cones.
Right on site was the micobrewery where we had a very nice meal and Eric had a beer flight.
Unfortunately we only had one night so we sadly packed up and headed into the Deschutes National Forest for some gentle exploring of ...
... tightly weaves it’s way up to the pass. And, if that's not enough, when you crest the pass, you suddenly find yourself riding through a lava field. I think the word for it would be "surreal" (NOTE: For those interested in the history, the lava covers 50 square miles and was formed in a series of eruptions from the nearby Yapoah crater between 2700-3000 years ago.)
From McKenzie Pass we dropped into Sisters, picked up supplies at ...
Yep he made it and no worse for the ...
... like to stop frequently along the way at places that are of interest so a couple of hundred miles makes for a nice travel day. This morning we broke camp and headed towards Bend but not before we watched some of the New York City 9/11 Ten Year Anniversary ceremony on TV.
It saddened us to hear the names of all of the civilians and sworn personnel who died on 9/11/2001. Their names were read by kin. It also startled us to find that most of those that lost their lives ...