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... a tour of the campus with a tour guide who spoke incredibly fast. The campus was nice but none of us were overly impressed with it. After the tour join the kids want to get sandwiches at subway and I went back to watch the end of the British open. We check out of the hotel and then went by and looked at the University of Oregon football stadium. Afterwards we made our way up to Salem and made it just in time for tour at ...
... bear while on foot. Last week while getting familiar with the areas we saw a Bear with a cub. Apparently it takes a while for people to see all of this and I have had the privileged to see it all in one week. There is a beautiful trail that I use for a jog every second day. This is probably the best running experience I have ever had. With time I will try and add some pictures for you to try and visualize the views around ...
... already made friends with almost everyone in the group. Everyone was great, well not everyone but the majority were. These were all people that I connected with on such a unique level that I never expected to have. This trip was by far the best decision I have ever made for myself and I am so proud for having gone through with it. I have made a new group of best friends that I know I will have with me for a long time. Everyone had something different to bring to ...
... in warm conditions with lovely food and tasty Oregon wine.
After a slow morning on Tuesday we headed into the mountains and drove along the McKenzie River. This part of Oregon is stunning. Heavily wooded forests with sparkling clear water. Peter drove us off the main road into sheltered nooks where camping in summer is popular. Some very pretty places. We stopped for a sandwich at McKenzie Bridge at a cafe called Inn at ...
... and vegetation.Once settled in and changed we were taken to a local winery, Sweet Cheeks for a tasting. The weather was sunny and warm and great to be back in shorts and blouse and sandals!
The winery is on the top of a hill just 20 minutes drive from the city. It has a lovely outdoor area for eating and functions and a great tasting room. There we were served by Mallory, a lively dark haired girl who was extremely welcoming. We tasted their Pinot Gris which was ...