Campus Inn & Suites, Eugene Downtown
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... a changed wind, it was clear as a bell.
Smoke aside, the increasingly autumnal, or fall, weather has meant more rain, fog and mist than we have been used to, especially here in the Pacific northwest. This is a real contrast to what we found in Montana, where a combination of fire damage and a long hot summer had impacted the state badly. We haven't ...
... And again, there she was in the background…the regal mountain that she is, glaciated much of the way down its sides, with heavy, bright white strands resting in the crevices between ridges, reaching for the ground but never getting there.
We passed up seeing two capitols today…Salem and Olympia. We usually like to visit them if we are passing through, however time was an issue and ...
... Morocco's king, Mohammed V.
After the war, in the 50s, the Moroccan revolt against French rule began, and as that conflict intensified, the Arab-Israeli conflict also grew deeper. Jews in Morocco came under suspicion and began to be persecuted. My grandfather - Clarice's great-grandfather - had assisted other Jews in Morocco to leave the country and go to Israel, and that led to his business being closed, his life being threatened, and the ...
21st June, Crater Lake, Oregon.
I've wanted to see Crater Lake for as long as I can remember, but how often is anticipation followed by anti-climax? Well not in this case. The scenery at the lake is absolutely stunning. extraordinarily beautiful and on a clear day like today you could see for up to 80 miles in all directions with ...
This travel day was not as long as the previous two but seemed longer. We traveled close to 250 miles in 5 hours keeping pace with our average of 50 mph. The scenery from Mt. Shasta to Eugene changes constantly, first traveling out of the pine forest to hilly grassland chock full of eroded volcanic plugs, then through a mixed forest of juniper and scrub pine. A few 6% grades result in many gains and losses of elevation. The air was heavy and the first ...