Campus Inn & Suites, Eugene Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I was gone and asked very few questions once I was back. He didn't ask to see my pictures but I showed them to him anyways because I thought it was important. I know that he missed me a lot more than I missed him and I feel guilty about that, but it doesn't mean that I love him any less or that he doesn't mean as much to me. I am still deeply in love with him and would be very happy spending the rest of our lives together. It has only been 15 months, but he is ...
... rooms. Then on the road again. Fletcher and I dozed as Peter drove us through the Oregonian countryside, lulled by good wine, good food and a warm day. We did stop at Corvallis for a bite to eat at the Block 15 Brewery and Restaurant. Here we had very good American bar food but with a very ordinary bottle of local viognier. What can you expect for $20?
Safely home in Eugene we thanked Peter for an excellent few days. Only one full day and a half before we catch the plane home.
... dinner as we were very hungry by now. Denny's it was - and delicious it was too.
Animals we saw today included deer, 3 on the side the road - shame we were not quick enough to get the camera out. Roadrunner - too cute again way to fast to react. A dead skunk (didn't want to photograph that) and squirrels. Sadly we did not see any bears.
After a very long day driving its off to bed.
Wednesday, 28th August
Packed up and left frog hollow and heading east for sunshine and warm weather. We are booked in at Armitage Park campground alongside the McKenzie River at Eugene.
Arrived around lunch time and yes the sun is shining and we are back to wearing just t-shirts and shorts. This is a beaut campground next to the pretty river here, so ...
... br> The very difficult permit challenge is on the last leg from Punta Arenas to SCRM on King George Island. I will explain it in some detail since this is a primary stumbling block for GA pilots wanting to make this trip. Antarctica is not a country; it is an international Treaty area (everything south of 60 degrees south latitude). As such, the process to get a permit requires diplomatic channels, actually a two track process. As a US citizen starting ...