Travel Blogs from Springfield
... a bike ride to check it out.
Thursday, 29 August
It was overcast this morning, the rain must have followed us here. We had a couple of showers throughout the day. Greg and I went to Walmart to get a shower part. We ended up coming home with some cheap shorts for Greg and shirts for the girls but no shower part. Greg will swap shower head with outside one. ...
... satellite view. This is called Rattlesnake Road and it runs down into a valley, then back up onto the western wall that helps form the Snake River in the area called Hells Canyon.
Okay, it wasn’t all peaches and cream. Not long into it there was an electronic reader board that said "Construction next 33 miles".
It took us quite awhile to actually get to the construction site and the total length will be 33 miles before ...
... old folk need.
We are also packing a travel-sized cribbage board. Dana was the victor during our last bit of time off. It's time for payback.
Well, it shower time then off to bed. I started a call shift at the hospital at 1900. So far nobody has blown themselves up yet but the night is young. It's a full-moon and the drunks will be hitting the road around 2300. I might be up all night but that's okay. I have tomorrow off.
... at a place called Mo's place that is right on the docks and overlooks the bay....great food and reasonable. As we head to Eugene for another Super 8, I make the mistake of going by a casino.....so of course we have stop for a quick "tour". Nice place with a room for non-smokers.....so we get to lose money without killing our lungs....oh, joy. We reach our room around 11pm. A new trek starts tomorrow.
... thing to do here in Eugene, but the whole experience was in fact very unique and thoroughly enjoyable!
Plus, as a result we now have a glass pumpkin
for Halloween and one new Christmas ornament!
(Yeah yeah, I ...