Comfort Suites Eugene
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... We then went up to the McKenzie Pass through the lava flows. Very dramatic. It was like being on The moon. You could see where the lava moved through the valley and where it stopped. A few trees had managed to start to grow in it but it was incredible. We walked to the observatory so we could see the surrounding mountains (volcanoes). As we went to leave we met a chipmunk who was very friendly and knew how to work the crowd. ...
... Black Series speeder bike with scout trooper to take pictures of in the redwood forest, because in Star Wars Return of the Jedi the forest moon of Endor was actually the redwood forest.
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-Drove to Florence, OR (on the Oregon coast)
-Walked around downtown Florence, looked at all the boats, and found a great place for some fresh seafood.
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We wanted to see Mt. St. Helens while we're close. The drive up there wasn't that bad, but upon arrival, we discovered the park was closed for the "season", whatever that means.
****. Determined, we parked the van and decided to hoof it.
6 miles each way
So, two goons in ...
... moving, smooth in some areas but rapid-filled in others. All along the banks and through the scrub you could see people wadding around or floating in inflatable doughnuts and riding the current downstream. The best was a group of people who had tied a rope and a surfboard to a tree, so they could continually ride the rapids in a wake-boarding style.
On my way back past the house, Seb joined me and we rode around town for a while. The afternoon was ...
... Outside of laundry, we spent the majority of the night watching the Olympics and constantly checking the weather for the remainder of our 300 mile trek (seriously, that's it!) to Seattle. For now, we're looking at temperatures in the 40s and light precipitation. As usual, we've booked two backup hotels (just south of Portland and in Vancouver again), but we hope that Monday is the day we finally make it to the Emerald City. ...