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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it does get cold and snowy here. The price to stay here is pretty steep during the high season but dirt cheap in the off season. Bend does not offer many RV parks. This one is the cream of the crop.
We spend a few days relaxing and exploring, enjoying our walks along the greenbelt located on the bank of Deschutes River. We also like to walk in the downtown Drake Park, also located on the Deschutes. Visiting the beautiful downtown Bend is not on our radar this trip- ...
... people to live in, work, enjoy the beautiful natural resources, and take care of their place. Seems like there are many retirees here who could live anywhere, and they have generally pretty high incomes to flow into the economy.
So, now it's Saturday AM, and I've been here almost a week. I spent my first couple of days here in Bend being pretty lazy, recovering from the 3-day journey here, taking my time in the morning drinking coffee, watching the French ...
Well, we landed in Oregon on July 27th
and wasted no time getting settled into the hotel and off to visit Portland. Per Ainsley, this is how the day went (Mom is scribing for
her).Before we went to the Cosper’s
(one of my mom’s college friends), we went to Portland’s Rose Garden. While we were there we “sniffed” and took
beautiful pictures of ...
A great place this. Bend.
I have asked everyone about the name and all anyone could tell me is it was named after a bend in the river Deschutes.
Discovered the sport of stand up boarding and have now added it along with off road motorcycling to the long list of things that I am **** at.
Met a Moto Guzzi ...
... ways this data can be used—3 dimensional maps of the forest, distinguish living trees from dead ones, subtle topographic details such as flow patterns and cooling features in the ash deposits, where faulting has occurred, etc.
On the beautiful drive into the Park, we stopped in the area of Godfrey Glen for a look at Annie’s Falls and the Fossil Fumaroles. About 7,700 years ago, Mt. Mazama ...