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Travel Blogs from Bend
... hr drive! On the way we stopped at a place in Washington called Dry Falls which is a massive Canyon and another Canyon in Oregon called the falls. We decided to get some dinner at a Madalines Mexican and decided to sleep at Ben Walmart carpark in our van for the first time! It was actually really comfy. Up got got the next day for another big day driving. The weather is getting warmer! We ate our breaky in the carpark ...
... Spaniards by 3 nil margin.
Brazilians are “believers” again. A new generation of budding stars such as Neymar, Oscar and Lucas might just capture the football’s world imagination just as “my” generation did almost 60 years ago. I will be in Brazil (away from my beloved adopted town of Bend) for the entire month, cheering, suffering and living every moment of this that is the “raison d'Ítre” of so many. ...
... a few days in town, there were no spaces available in the state parks or RV campgrounds. I was told by some of the locals that three campgrounds had been sold to build shopping centers and homes, but due to funding none were built. This has left the city having less spaces for RV'er like us. In order to stay longer you have to plan in advance, which you know I do not like to do!
Since we only had a short time we spend a day at The High Desert ...
... br> Headed South today to be closer to Eugene for my flight home for the Queen to meet me and 5 miles from this great and cultivated land, I am back in the desert. Although not quite. Huge rolling hills cultivated to wheat and a great scale.
How can it change so quickly?
They talk of the high desert of Oregon, but I am only at 800 feet altitude.
Is this the state in the US with the most variety of climate, agriculture, geography ...
... noise, could you tell about German fortification upon the bluffs?
After the German defense was neutralized, did the men in your group started to march up the French countryside?
What do you remember about that experience of walking/driving up into France?
At some point you might have crossed into Germany, is that right?
How was the march up the German countryside? Did you go through some big cities in Germany?