Red Lion Hotel Bend
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... full of beers from the Bend area and had a big cookout, and accomplished little else!
On our second day in Bend, we decided to make a huge day of biking around to as many of Jeff’s favorite breweries as we could. We made it to six and barely scratched the surface. We started the day at The Lot, a cool set up of food carts and a variety of beer taps surrounding an open air pavilion with picnic tables and high top seating. Erik and I split a reuben ...
... the pine forest. Sometimes we saw proof of two trees growing together and three trees from a single stump. All that remained were the deep empty holes of the trees with lava molded around them.
Along the dirt road, we saw three tents set up with many, many bags of pine cones. We guessed these people collected the pine cones for commercial ...
... to get a few things for Coachella which wasn't a very flash place. People were very interested in our accent. We headed down highway 99 and stopped at a nice little rest stop just off the highway. We watched the sun go down and ate peanut butter on bread for dinner. Wed 16th April Got on the road early and 300 miles to LA ahead of us. A lot of farm land bordered the roads all the way. We picked Steph up from LA ...
... ve taken roughly 30 flights and spent 100 hours on board various planes, crossed 20 airports, ridden 50 trains, 10 boats and 25 buses. Not to mention the random assortment of gondolas, jeeps, ATVs, bikes and cable cars.
I've mixed in fun with valuable service, adventure with relaxation, danger with security, learning with inspiration. You could always think you could have done better, could have done more, but looking ...
... I was excited about this part as the intention was to get on the boat that takes us to Alcatraz. Unfortunately for us the tickets were sold out for the day so we had to settle for a meal at the pier 39 hard rock café and the promise we would return someday. After a long day of walking and blisters the size of fifty cent pieces we got a Chinese and called it a day.
The next morning I woke early, excited, knowing we were picking up ...