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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... could barely keep up. We spent two relaxing days in here in Bend, visiting the quaint old town district and provisioning the Grey Goose for our next leg.
Cascade Mountains. Bend reminds me of a small version of Denver. Beautiful snow capped peaks can be seen to the west of the city while the immediate surrounding area is a flat, heavily forested landscape of pines. Heading west and towards the Cascade mountains we saw beautiful homes and ...
... has been around since 1988. We tried some very nice C******ays and Pinot Noirs. The winery was recommended to us by Pat and John. It also was a wonderful tasting experience although more formal and included a tour of the winery operation. We would recommend both wineries, and, in fact, have wine being shipped home to us. After the wine tasting and Latin American lunch in ...
... was just fine-- very dry and clear, no problems, and by the time I got down a little lower elevation to the area where I am now, there was no snow on the ground, and it was a nice temp, maybe low 60s when I set up camp.
So that's about it for this entry: I've posted some photos and videos below--check out the Soggy Sneakers video for my 1st attempt at a little auditory travelogue. I will post another entry for the week in Bend. Thanks for ...
... official meeting as an
appointing A. H. Goodwillie as the first mayor. The settlement was
originally called "Farewell Bend", which was later shortened to "Bend"
by the U.S. Postal Service.
In 1910, Mirror Pond was created by the construction of ...
... of Bend) I began taking the Transamerica Bicentennial Bicycling Route (TransAm). This route was first inaugurated in 1976 and was the first official transcontinental bicycle route. I will be following this route now until I get to Missoula, MT. The route takes me straight east across the Eastern Oregon Plateau to Baker City, OR. There I finagle my way over the Blue Mountains into Western Idaho and take the fabled Hwy 12 up to Missoula. I regretted my decision immediately ...