Red Lion Hotel Bend
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We left Bend several days ago, and for a laundry list of reasons, neither of us can get it out of our heads. I’ll start this blog entry by letting you all know that Bend has officially made the list of our potential places to live, rivaling only New Orleans at this point (with Encinitas and Asheville trailing behind). The two are essentially polar opposites and while I am stressing about the final decision on a daily basis, I realize that we still have ...
... about getting to move to Truckee, Ca. It's still an easy top ten.
28. I have awesome parents.
29. Life is beautiful.
30. No matter what you define as "God", I have experienced sights and emotions so strong and inspiring, stimulated only by the reactions of my senses to this beautiful creation, that they can only be described as God.
31. Be Excellent to One Another and Party on Dudes.
... our lives by the passing of each new WC – the promise of another thrilling opportunity to show the world the magical touch of Brazilian football, much as it demonstrated in the recently concluded Confederations Cup, whose final game was played at the legendary Maracana Stadium in Rio against no less of an opponent than reigning world champs, Spain. Brazil, until then ranked a lowly 21st in the world by FIFA rocked the number ...
All my bags are packed I'm ready to go / I'm standin' here outside your door / I hate to wake you up to say goodbye / But the dawn is breakin' it's early morning... so goes the John Denver song of so long ago.
In a few hours we leave for ...
... Lisa started to read the USA lonely planet and how the rim drive is closed until July due to snow. As we drove up the mountain, more and more snow piled up on the side of the road. I ignored the "Snow Zone - carry chains" signs and pushed on. Snow plows had cleared enough of the road so eventually we reached the visitors centre and the rim of the lake. It was bitterly cold and blanketed in snow but pretty awesome. We only got the tiniest ...