Days Inn Bend
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Bend
... in the north west of the Crater Lake National Park. Also there was a ranger watching the action with binoculars. We learnt that on a national scale this fire was a baby, just 16,600 acres, but on a local scale, it was devastating because the next largest fire in the parks history was just 3,000 acres.
The road north was also the boundary between the fire ground and the rest of the park, so we saw some of the devastation, and some of the crude fire fighting ...
... side is littered with small fracking installations. Not only are they an eyesore, the installations smell like I usually do after rather clumsily changing the trucks engine oil. The old rusted out and unserviceable storage tanks and other infrastructure appears to be left in the paddocks when they reach the end of their service. Wind turbines are visual works of art compared to these things!
We are driving North on the western side of the ...
As I finish my 45th day on the road, something weird has happened... I woke up in Bend, Oregon, at my friend Levi's house feeling very tired. I had gotten a full night sleep, so I just shook it off since we had a long, fun drive yesterday. We decided to go to the Original Pancake House, and I ordered my favorite breakfast, Swedish Pancakes! It has a similar menu to the Hawai'i version, ...
... had hired. Mary-Alice was panicked but the good news was that Pat & Neil Bright were coming to the wedding. Neil had been a minister at Gay Street when Mary-Alice was young. The Brights became good friends with many if us during those years but especially close with the Rodstroms. Mary-Alice called to see if he could marry them and he did. It seemed like fate because that made the ceremony more special! The reception and ...
... TV, having my little breakfast snacks and then getting out and doing some walking and errands.
I discovered while trying to kayak up in the Cascade Lakes area on Memorial day, that my 20 year old spray skirt for my hardshell kayak was no longer flexible enough to go on easily or to stay on. I need it to stay on when kayaking on these large lakes, as it usually gets windy and thus the water rough and choppy. So today I went to Tumalo Kayaks & bought a ...