Crossland Economy Studios - Eugene - Springfield
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... a tree before dark. Then we had to stop at a few beaches for sunset, got some dinner, and stayed in a pretty nice hotel for a cheap price close to the Oregon Cali border. Thursday we got up early and continued along the coast, stopping at some gorgeous beaches in Oregon. We stopped for some dinner in Portland, and then ended up in Seattle around 10pm. It was a fun and weird drive with Eric and I loved every minute of ...
We made it to Eugene! The tourism people suggested a hot springs area off to the east. When we got there the forest service people were shutting it down for the day, but technically they were unemployed so they did not care that we went in right after they left. They had a bunch of pools very nice and ...
... was the staff. I asked her where Dixie was and she pointed to the logo on the menu and said..."Only Dixie here". She said it so seriously, I dared not laugh.
Arriving in Eugene we were able to catch up with Dan and Lysse for supper. We spent the evening with them and plan for more time together over the next couple ...
Thursday we cruised up towards Clearwater to meet up with John's Navy buddy, Joe. We started with a great breakfast in Palmetto at the Riverside Cafe. A wonderful locals spot. Still a bit windy...oh well!
Went over the bridge to St. Petersburg and up to Clearwater to connect with Joe, check into our hotel for the night and off to some adventures. Explored Dunedin, did a great walk in Honeymoon Park, and then went to the Gulfport Library for a discussion ...
... we go, onto the Santiam Pass. Brian was glad he took off his cool vest. The temps dropped down to 63, about a 30 degree difference from a few short hours ago. It would stay in the sixties until we were nearly home.
From the spot where Hwy 20 and 126 diverge, the elevation is about 3600 feet. Our house is at about 600 feet. It’s amazing how quickly the elevation drops. One of the things we like about Hwy 126 is that you get to see ...