Phoenix Inn Suites Eugene
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The river and gorge, which separates Washington and Oregon for much of their border, is spectacular, graduating from damp, mossy forests and waterfalls near its mouth, to dry farmlands and tall volcanic cliffs further inland.
Beyond the Columbia River gorge, the drive south to Bend was spectacular (apart form ...
We visited Jim and Ellen at their new place and Teddy was wild!
We went for supper with Mark and Sandy and United’s current intern, Nancy. We had great pizza and, as usual, short conversations interrupted by Teddy.
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We had coffee with Doris.
Shopped around the Saturday Market.
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... Service Rangers boarded and narrated the scenery with interesting tidbits of information and trivia all the way to Seattle. Larry made our reservation for dinner at six p.m., to allow time to dine leisurely before our scheduled eight-thirty arrival in Seattle
Other diners seemed to be having a leisurely time too, which delayed us being called until six-thirty. A young man was seated at our table. My first thought when he joined us was, ...
... is difficult, but not impossible. We rode back over the railway tracks to a fancy victorian style house on a hill that we had spied yesterday. It was the Shelton McMurphy Johnson House, and for $6 we took a tour of its beautifully preserved rooms and furniture. Three generations across two different families lived here, and it was like reading a forgotten classic learning about their lives and adventures. The original owners were super keen for Eugene to become a ...
... in warm conditions with lovely food and tasty Oregon wine.
After a slow morning on Tuesday we headed into the mountains and drove along the McKenzie River. This part of Oregon is stunning. Heavily wooded forests with sparkling clear water. Peter drove us off the main road into sheltered nooks where camping in summer is popular. Some very pretty places. We stopped for a sandwich at McKenzie Bridge at a cafe called Inn at ...