Holiday Inn Express Springfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... in-law, and they said that the Oregon fans were all very nice to them. One interesting thing was that the Oregon fans expect to score a touchdown on every drive. I remember three occurrences when Fresno State pinned them within the 20-yard-line, and I heard Oregon fans say something like they "would just have to go 85 yards" instead of 60 or 70. The one thing that was a bit distasteful is that as a group there was a LOT ...
... they still had tread on them when we got home. Returning to the hotel room Brian had to break the news to Dana that it was already pretty warm outside. Warm would turn to HOT pretty soon.
We headed out, topped off the tires and began our long day. Dana had the foresight to bring along some Zipfizz. It’s an energy powder that you mix with your own water. She tossed one into each of our Camelbacks and those helped us get through ...
... some of the under-gear I bought years ago fits again. Halleluiah!
Some time back we discovered compressible bags that basically form a vacuum. You stuff them, seal one end and lay on top of them (or roll 'em up) and the air squirts out the other end. We are each packing three days worth of clothing. Using these bags, the clothing ends up taking up the space of one day's worth.
Also on the to-do lists are things ...
... during the week so we couldn’t really get any information. We drove through the city a little bit to check it out. Then we decided to head out for the Fern Ridge Trail that we had found online. We found a website that had different trails throughout Oregon pointing out different shops, restaurants, and galleries. We had basically done most of the McKenzie River Trail with Bev and Jan so we decided to see some of West Eugene. We didn’t really think about ...
... all the stops I made at those places along our route-NOT. Some things don't change. The redwood trees are hard to describe....they are beautiful, incredibly tall and I really can't capture them on film but have included a couple shots.
We stop at the famous Mystery Trees with Paul Bunyan and Babe out front. Quinci talks me into walking through the displays and taking a gondola ride through the trees. I ...