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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... had decimated the forest but was now coming back to life.
We came to a roadside store with an expresso sign, and I went in to order Cappuccinos. While I was waiting, a bicyclist outside was putting on his gear, preparing to start riding. I saw his bike was fully ladened with a tent and sleeping bag, and he had an impressive backpack over his shoulders. "How long have you been riding"", I asked, thinking he was probably from Bend. He paused ...
... jaunt up to Susanville, CA, a meer 100 miles from home. We had never been to Susanville, pop. 17,000, so we figured that we could spend a half a day exploring the area. It turns out that Susanville is like many small towns that we have visited in the last few years- DEPRESSED. It is the the seat of Lassen County and a "former" mining and logging town. The local prisons are now its main industry. Many storefronts are shuttered in this picturesque little town. What a shame!
... in the desert cities of Arizona, people are a little grumpy that the broiling hot summer is about to begin. Still, I do discern that people are more open, friendly, and exuberant here. It seems to be a fairly wealthy area. As I look around, it seems like they know what they're doing here to make this a very livable city, and it seems important to the people here to recycle and do things in an environmentally smart way. It just seems like a town where it and that was ...
... is a testament to the tenacity of the Men and Women of that time.
I can also think of another testament of 1939 that has saved countless other. That also requires a lifetime of service a day at a time. The forward to the 1st edition. It has since been the second only to the bible in it's printing"s. The book of Alcoholic Anonymous.
Well, now we're parked at Tumalo State Park and have started really exploring Bend, OR. What a fantastic place this little city of nearly 80K is to be! It has so many great things to offer. We started out exploring the main street in Bend and actually got to see an otter swimming in the river that runs through the city. He was a slippery little sucker, and we weren’t able to capture a picture of him, but it was great to see! While strolling ...