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What a nice break from the road. We had known for 3 years that this family reunion was taking place and it was one of the reasons we decided to leave when we did. We parked our camper in my Aunt Carole (my mom's sister) & Uncle Lloyd's yard, they were hosting and did a great job. So nice to see my cousins (they came from quite a distance), and my MOM (I miss her so much). This is my maternal great grandmother's family that I'm hanging out with, ...
... 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 ...
... Ryan actually has a house on the land we went to and runs the family farm. We saw their cows and drove up to check out some old growth. We were able to get really close to a pretty big tree. Will was hoping that we would see some elk, deer, or bears (which he said he sees regularly on the land), but we didn’t see much of anything. We decided that Jared and I are bad luck. After finishing up there we headed out to Grandmom Koozer’s house and the land behind ...
... br> On returning to our cabin we found it had been transformed into night mode – meaning the chairs had been flattened to form the bottom bunk and a shelf had been folded down from above to form the top bunk. It was a snug fit but one that would made our overnight journey pass smoothly. After getting our pj’s on we sat on the bottom bunk drinking red wine, listening to the i-pod and watching the stars as we made our way down the West coast. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility