Crossland Economy Studios - Eugene - Springfield
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We've done 2534 km so far. I thought I'd take a moment to record, more for us years down the road than anyone else, the set-up we're traveling with: * 2012 Chevrolet Traverse; 6 cylinder; 5000 pound towing capacity; 500 pound tongue weight. * 2012 Rockwood Freedom 1910; 10 foot box; 1973 pound dry weight; hot water; outdoor shower; fridge; indoor/outdoor stove and grill; cassette toilet; furnace; heated mattresses. I have no complaints about any ...
... my permit.
All the people I dealt with on this process were helpful and friendly. They had their rules to follow and necessary treaty obligations, but they were supportive in getting my “expedition of one” approved. Susannah Cooper at State was especially helpful, since she was the contact with her counterparts in Chile’s Foreign Ministry who ultimately signed off on my flight. Susannah made sure all the pieces were put together ...
Friday. The 27th. Our vacation officially ends on the 29th.
We had stayed in Orofino on two previous occasions. Once headed east and once headed west. The time we were headed west (homeward) we had planned on it taking two days to get home from there. It's about 600 miles from Orofino to home but we decided that getting home in one day would give us an extra day off to recover from the trip. It had been a very long ...
It's Wednesday, July 4th... Independence Day.
We spent all day "packing". Due to the fact that we've taken dozens of trips over the years, we have it down pat. Ever since the good ol' Palm Pilot days we've kept lists. Lots of lists. We never forget anything. We sometimes find that we "need" a new item during a trip so we just add it to the list for next time.
Over the last few weeks we have been going through "the ...
... grazing! So we got to the RV park, which is awesome and even delivers the paper to your site mon-sat, then we went out for dinner. At this point we were starving! There are a couple of breweries in town, so we picked the closest one, Hop Valley, and once again, had awesome food! And their seasonal beer was a honey flavored ale! After dinner we stopped to feed the cows across the street from the RV park, but they don't like bread! Oh well, we tried!