Repose and Repast

Address: 165 Detroit Ave, Detroit, Oregon, 97342-9700, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 165 Detroit Ave, Detroit, is near Detroit Lake State Park and Bagby Hot Springs.
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Travel Blogs from Detroit

Up on Opal Creek, She Sends Me

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Sep 06, 2014

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... took a short nap in the hammock while listening to some Sunday Night Football and the running river and Kaitlyn made a few phone calls.
After a very relaxing evening at the site we had a quick breakfast the next morning and set out for the Opal Creek Trailhead. When we arrived late morning the sky was blue, the sun was shining and there were no clouds in sight, it was the perfect day for a hike. The trail followed an old mining road along Opal Creek, ...

What a varied state

A travel blog entry by davidpower on Jul 14, 2013

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... I head 100 miles or so inland the weather will improve so East it is.

Dressed in everything I own, I was off. Bloody hell, one mile inland, the sun came out, the wind dropped and the temps rose. For an hour driving east there was a constant stream of cars and RVs heading west to the sea. I wonder if they knew they would be spending their Sunday sunbathing in the fog!

What a great state Oregon ...

Unplugged in the palm of the earth

A travel blog entry by linchi on Apr 12, 2013

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... I’m not sure what triggers me, but in no time I feel tears dwelling up behind my eyelashes. Is it this overwhelming feeling of being here in the US or at a Midwifery Today Conference? Is it the great gathering of so many inspiring people? I don’t know. But I’m moved, so moved, by Patricia’s words, her words that so carefully describe her way of working as a homebirth midwife. How midwifery is a service, a relationship, and to be invited to attend ...

Training Day - with Backpack!!

A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Mar 03, 2013

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My two oldest children - Scarlet and Harv - took me up to Silver Falls State Park to walk the trail and get my bearings carrying my backpack. It was a challenging hike, 7.36 miles, all the way around the falls. We started at South Falls, which had trail problems so we couldn't go behind them, then followed the Canyon Trail around to the other falls: Lower North Falls, Drake Falls, Middle North Falls, Twin Falls, North ...

3 pools

A travel blog entry by suzysnow on Aug 16, 2012

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... the night cooking by the fire and watching the stars visible through the tree canopy.

The next day we set off for the natural Cougar Hot Springs, making it just in time to enjoy a midnight soak before thunder storms rolled in and rain started. Time to head back to Eugene and catch a bus to Albany.