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Feeling refreshed after a night "sleeping" on the beach in what felt like a force 10 hurricane, we set out early to see if we could get a tour of the world famous Oregon Dunes. Our trusty travel book had informed us that these were among the biggest Dunes in the world. Which for me with my passion of all things sand made this a must see attraction. The only decision we had to make was whether to take a guided tour on a six person sand train or splash the cash and rent ...
... as we navigated North America.
This is truly the last entry ...
All the best,
Laurie and Pete
p.s. Ducks beat Washington State Cougars on Saturday, 9/29 - so Ducks now 5 wins - 0 losses. Next Saturday we will be in Autzen Stadium cheering them on against the UW Huskies. Go ...
... the poor Suzuki rider. One of them chimed in “I have a puncture repair kit and an air pump”. FWIW, it wasn’t the Gold Wing rider. We left the five of them to the repairs and headed on.
Coming into Oregon we began to notice that the mountains were in a haze. The skies would be hazy all day but we never smelled smoke.
We continued our journey, into Enterprise, then on towards La Grande. We had to put our tires on ...
In all our recent travels, there are a couple of constants that always hold true.
1. No matter how nice the trip, we are ALWAYS happy to come home and sleep in our own bed.
2. We both really enjoy seeing new places, and experiencing new cultures. But it also reinforces how lucky we are to live in the most beautiful corner of the world.....Oregon, USA.
3. Don is horrible on travel days, and Florence is a saint to put up with ...
... 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 ...