Holiday Inn Eugene - Springfield
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... t waste your money on the Padres winning a world series any time soon. The Emeralds are terrible.
The stadium was pretty impressive, and situated on the University of Oregon campus. Also the temperature jumped about 20 degrees from what it was on the coast which was the perfect excuse for Les to treat herself to a snow cone. It was also the perfect excuse for me to sample every beer in the stadium (Les will be driving home tonight me thinks).
This game was actually a deviation from the original plan. Jason was planning on going to the Oregon State - Wisconsin game, but Trent talked us into this one. The main advantage was that rather than Jason heading to Corvallis with a few other guys the day after getting back from Ireland, the whole family could go to Eugene and stay at Trent's in-laws' house on an acreage for the weekend (which was a much easier sell to ...
... we’d done a 600 mile day but we went for it.
We got up early, did all the packing we could and went to breakfast. After breakfast Dana finished packing and Brian went to check the tire pressures on the bikes. Oddly enough, each tire needed two pounds. Fortunately, this was the only time on the trip that the tires needed air. For you who are interested, we used Avon Storm 2’s. They performed perfectly and we were extremely ...
... Pulling out stuff like rain gear, bike locks, gloves... We have boxes labeled "hot weather", "cold weather", "long trips"... It makes it all much easier.
Today we went through "riding clothes". Garments that we wear under our riding gear. Next to our skin we wear Under Armour type stuff. When it's warm it wicks away the sweat. In the colder weather it insulates. I've (Brian) lost nearly 20 pounds since June 1st. Today I ...
... we drove up to take a hike in the woods out to some intense rapids, the Marten Rapids. Bev said that they used to do a boat parade down the McKenzie and this spot drowned many people. They stopped doing the boat parade due to the chance of drowning. The rapids weren’t as intense as Bev has seen them before, which was due to how high the river was at the time. We hiked back out and headed out to see some more sights.
We got back on 126 and headed ...