Fairfield Inn & Suites Bend Downtown
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Thursday July 9 Left the house around 9:00. Made a stop at the bank and Starbucks then n our way!! Stopped at the rest stop 11 miles before Oregon to pee and set the navigation for Woodburn. Arrived at Woodburn 12:45. Ate at Panera Bread. It's nice to have a new choice for food. Left Woodburn at 3:05. Got on hwy 22 at Salem. No gas at the …
Adventurers - Debbie and Enid Sisters trip 2014 (think our 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 …
... rivers are mainly fed by melted snow. The lake had lots of volcanic rocks along the edge and the girls loved exploring. They found a small frog and of course Amy our animal lover and insect lover was in her element. We then walked up into the forest and walked back along the forest path.
It was a great morning out and we had worked up quite and appetite. We had lunch back at the house while Andrew and Steve caught up on the SA vs. Australia rugby game, which ...
... from the brewery was incredible. It was definitely hard to beat.
The following day after a slow start (go figure), Jeff took us to the Newberry National Volcanic Monument about 20 minutes outside of Bend. Within the monument, we went to a lookout point where we could see the obsidian field below, and further down Paulina and East Lakes. The view was spectacular in all directions, and from there we ventured down to the obsidian lava flow field below. This was ...
The yellow arrow is the friend of all pilgrims on the Camino. It marks the way all along the route. Fr. Don Elias took on the task of marking the way with these arrows. It was his mission to restore and reanimate the Camino. In 1985, he marked the route with yellow paint borrowed from the roads department.
This arrow was seen about a block from our house on 10th Street, Bend, OR.
A journey does begin at home!