Nite Inn - Eugene
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... the US system, and what we have to do to stay beyond the permitted six months. We have lodged the necessary paperwork, and now await an answer. Fingers crossed.
Meantime, back on the road, there has been significant evidence of the groundbreaking 1805/06 Lewis and Clark and Corps of Discovery Expedition to the West Coast. Commissioned by President ...
... Marika spent most of our visit chasing Teddy around and he had a great time playing with her!
For supper we went over to Tom and Gay’s house. Pastor Tom was my internship supervisor and is still the pastor at United Lutheran Church. Their son Matthew and his wife Allison were also there for supper and they are a lot of fun. The night ended with Teddy leading Tom on a long walk, and the rest of us wondering where they went.
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... to see my mom while she was lucid enough to tell me she loved me. My sister and I were by her side when she passed the next day. My sister agreed to give our youngest son Mom's car, so instead of flying home, I drove the car to a three hundred and sixty-four dollar stop for transmission and tire service This service gave me peace of mind for the rest of the thousand mile journey. Two weeks later I drove back to San Diego (in my own car) for Mom's funeral and ...
... Delicious oatmeal this morning, with sultanas, crumbly crystal honey and brown sugar. Mmmmmme Eugene, you treat me so good.
We had the bikes again today, so we rode into town to check out the 5th street market, only to be disappointed. It is not at all a market, but more an up market shopping mall/courtyard thing. I bought some fancy chocolates for a couple of dollars. Then we ventured back to the river so Seb could see the wonders that I saw yesterday. We ...
... rooms. Then on the road again. Fletcher and I dozed as Peter drove us through the Oregonian countryside, lulled by good wine, good food and a warm day. We did stop at Corvallis for a bite to eat at the Block 15 Brewery and Restaurant. Here we had very good American bar food but with a very ordinary bottle of local viognier. What can you expect for $20?
Safely home in Eugene we thanked Peter for an excellent few days. Only one full day and a half before we catch the plane home.