Red Lion Hotel Eugene
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... However, Teddy has never been away from his mommy, so this will likely be a very long weekend for daddy and Teddy… hence the posting early!
For this blog post I really want to put in a plug for the National Parks and America’s natural beauty.
A number of years back I was doing chaplaincy at a hospital in Pennsylvania and I met a pastor from Kenya (yes, he was from Africa and we were both doing chaplaincy in Pennsylvania). One thing he said ...
... amazing hand crafted wares and curios. There were plenty of buskers: some girls on their violins, an old man drumming and bopping, and a harp player! That's a first. The market was clustered into a grassy square and there were plenty of hippies. I bought the most amazing tie dyed shirt from an old man who looked like a cowboy. Seb and I discovered "The Game of Real Life", a hilarious and pretty realistic spin off of one of my favourite board games. The best ...
It was back to the track on Thursday morning for more action.It was qualifying in the Men's Pole Vault and our Aussie boy did well getting through to the final.We also watched heats of the 200m for both men and women and semifinals of the Men's 400m hurdles and heats for the women. Bryce Collins missed out on the final in the men's and Ella Solin made it through to the next round in the women's.
At lunch time we found Glenwood, a restaurant recommended by ...
So in exactly 35 days, 17 hours, and 21 minutes, I will be boarding a plane from Boise to Seattle, and then another from Seattle straight to London -- but it is not like I am counting or anything. Anyway, I figure that it is approaching SOON enough for me to finally sit down and begin this travel blog (and let's be honest...if I read one more word of Milton's Paradise Lost tonight, my brain might explode). I am super excited to keep up posts to share my experiences and adventures ...
This travel day was not as long as the previous two but seemed longer. We traveled close to 250 miles in 5 hours keeping pace with our average of 50 mph. The scenery from Mt. Shasta to Eugene changes constantly, first traveling out of the pine forest to hilly grassland chock full of eroded volcanic plugs, then through a mixed forest of juniper and scrub pine. A few 6% grades result in many gains and losses of elevation. The air was heavy and the first ...