Days Inn Bend
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We woke up, ate muffins, payed 50 bucks for our nights stay and hit the road. We drove for about 3 hours till we reached Ashland. We got gas and decided that we'll make the last day of our trip memorable. We booked a night at the Stratford Inn for 90 dollars. We went out and got some sushi for 25 dollars and came back and slept amazingly in plush ...
... OK, but it was empty, as were the ones on either side. I finally tracked down a neighbor across the street, who told me that they had moved to Costa Rica! Well, so much for that...
So I came back, watched the last two episodes of House of Cards, and wrote up my notes this morning -- with this lovely view out my window. I love what I see from own windows at home, but this isn't too shabby, ...
... in this area. The tube narrows and divides into two tunnels called Two Tube Tunnel. One of the most unique parts of the cave is the area called Sand Garden. It is surrounded by a chain link fence to protect it. The floor is covered with sand. The constant dripping of water has carved spires and pinnacles in the sand.
Today we walked almost 5.5 miles. It was in the mid 60's during the day but high 30's in the evening.
... along this stretch. And the trail itself was very scenic stretch of evergreen forest along a ridge above the creek. After about a mile, we came to Double Falls, two waterfalls in one. The upper portion is a 25-foot cascading veil followed by a 30-foot drop with some smaller cascades. There is a rock outcrop, close to a hundred feet above the creek, just off the trail that provided great views of the falls. Just past Double Falls, we ...
... some day!
We continued on our trek and headed through Coeur d'Alene and then Spokane. I noticed big differences when traveling on the interstate rather than the regular highways. On the regular highways, people go really slow. Some don't go the speed limit, and when on two lane highways they speed up only in the passing lanes so that people can't get by them, and then slow down again. On the interstate, everyone speeds! We finally made it to Oregon ...