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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... influence on the significance of the journey and experience, it seems so relative based on my stage of life. Rather, I'm drawn to the environment that I believe will appropriately foster my growth, learning and some fun. Awhile ago, it might have been the playground down the street. Today, I guess it is a school across the Atlantic. My lunch box is packed, and I'm ready to go.
Our family loves Bend Oregon, but this time around we didn't do much except relax. We got to Bend around dinner time and checked in to a not so nice hotel. The good news is there was a pool, so the kids and Summer went swimming and I went and got us pizza for dinner. The next day we moved over to McMenamins Hotel ( Another Family Favorite) for a Pre-Birthday surprise for Owen. It was perfect. We checked in and headed out for ...
... br> Today, I head west and north. See you tonight!
Well, there was a bit of a hiccup today. Something that I said in this post triggered the automatic "promotion" flags of the hosting website, and my post got quarantined until they were satisfied that the only thing I was "promoting" was the Park Service's Golden Pass.
Better late than never, I suppose.
... and see how the west coast BBQ stacked up and it was really good. We both had pulled pork sandwiches trying their regular and hot & spicy sauces and we both enjoyed them I had mine on a jalapeno cheddar roll and it was very good. When we finished, we drove west out of Bend on Skyliners Drive into Deschutes National Forest to the Tumalo Falls Day Use Area to hit up some more waterfalls. Tumalo Falls, a beautiful roughly ...
... because of lightning strikes the day before, we did encounter some smoke in certain areas as a result of over 40 fires, they told us were burning in various areas, started by the lightning.
We were so high up in the mountains we observed numerous snow patches. Deena also made friends with a chipmunk who, as you can see below, was more than happy to pose for a photo and nose right up to the camera.