Fairfield Inn & Suites Bend Downtown
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Adventurers - Debbie and Enid Sisters trip 2014 (think out first Sisters Quilt Show was 2002) Thursday Left Enid's around 10:00. Took I 405 Portland bypass and worked well. Shopped in Woodburn til around 4:30. Got gas when got on to HWY 22 at Salem. Arrived Bend around 8:00pm. Ice Cream for dinner. Friday. Shopped in Sisters til around 1:30. Went …
When I left for this trip, I thought about my eventual visit to Oregon. I knew, if I was going to stop in Seattle to see my friends, I was going to go through Oregon. My debate was, "should I skip through because I've seen everything?" Should I leave more time for new adventures, and pass the familiar ones? Turns out, I'm glad I didn't listen to that thought... Woke up in Waldport, Oregon, on the beautiful (even when overcast) coast. ...
This was unreal. This cave was created from lava coming out of the volcano. It was incredible how cold and dark it was. The cave was 1 mile long. It was a hot day mid 30's. In the cave it was about 7 degrees. Before we even go in the cave the temp dropped so much. Inside the cave they had no lighting, so without a touch you could not see a thing. In the early days Hunter used it to store there ...
... outside of a local natural foods store(where we have learned the best coffee is usually found) in Freeport, Maine, an older lady named Louisa approached us. She was very interested in the little backpacking stove and kettle I had. One entirely enjoyable hour later we parted ways and she left us educated on the entire coast of Maine and with a list in our hands of spots we needed to see and how to stay safe from ticks and other natural ailments. ...
... waterfall as it was too small and the hike too short. It was about a mile to Bridge Creek Falls another scenic waterfall, maybe 30 feet in height. The waterfall is mostly a freefall with a big log across the bottom. It was a little more tricky to get shots of this one though - I had to climb around a bit to find the best angle. When we were finished, we hiked back to car and made our way to our hotel for the night – Pine Ridge ...