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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... half a mile from the I5). The deer used to come and eat the veges in their garden until they put up a floppy fence. Zoe is not feeling well this evening. Michael is also still slowly recovering from his cold. Zoe's friend Tyler is also not feeling well, so both set of parents suspect it is partly from nerves of actually meeting each other in person as both have talked over the Internet for a few years. Tyler reckons he has food poisoning but he has not eaten much for the last 3 ...
... with lots of trucks and enormous RVs. We bore left on the 58 which was a much quieter road, still through forest- the Deschutes National Forest. This road was downhill all the way from about 6000 ft to 1000 ft! The view over Odell Lake and beyond was hazy due to Forest Fires in the a area. You could smell the smoke, and we saw more further on. This area is for winter sports and there was some snow on the peaks.we came to the Willamette ...
DAY 4: CRESCENT CITY - JUNCTION CITY 281 MILES
DAY 5: JUNCTION CITY - SISTERS - JUNCTION CITY 287 MILES
We cross the "border" from California into Oregon. License plates change, redwoods have all but disappeared and if anything, it does look a little less run down and more
affluent than the towns just across the border. The southern Oregon coast is
known as the state's “banana belt”. Its relatively mild ...
... and was in great condition... of course there are a lot of cars that were in the great category… there was even an old 3 ton truck that served its life as an old tow truck… and its been brought back to life… of course its got a new engine and ...
... spacious and clean. Granted there are only two but one look at the rigs in this space tells you that most people here don't shower with the masses. They also serve a free breakfast outside directly behind us. Ironically, we have become the rabble of the previous entry. When all was set at the campsite we headed into Eugene and had dinner at Mezza Luna Pizzeria. Pretty good pie, I must say. Getting out of the downtown core and back to our ...