Holiday Inn Eugene - Springfield
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Llsellge stayed here on Aug 14, 2014 during their trip titled: Escondido to Anchorage.
... of panels, each addressing different aspects of human rights in childbirth, where it becomes clear what’s at stake in this country. The first panel is called 'Persecuted Birth Professionals’ and a group of midwives and doctors share their story about their work and persecution. The stories shared are shocking. Words like felony, homicide, manslaughter and murder are a big part of the vocabulary used. Midwives, who support women to birth their children at home, are ...
... 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 ...
... mid seventies. Probably the best middle distance runner in US history.
We then drove on to Sunriver through Deschutes National Forest on a road as narrow as any in Ireland and twisting and turning all the while. We were treated to great scenery and stopped for a hike to Proxy falls which included a lava field. All along the drive we saw different views of the 10000 foot Sister's mountains.
... 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 ...