Residence Inn Eugene Springfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Drove from Astoria down to Seaside, but it was cold and rainy, so we just kept going. Next beach south was Cannon. Cute town, but it was still cold and rainy, so we just kept going down the Oregon coast on Route 101. Passed by many beautiful beaches along the Pacific Ocean, but still too cold. Then a "check engine" light came on in the RV that …
... now living in Eugene with her American partner.
Back to the track in the evening after a short rest at home and it was exciting to watch the Women's Pole Vault. Nina Kennedy did two PBs to be in the top 4 at 4-40m. She just missed out on a medal as the other three cleared 4-45, the bronze medal going to a Kiwi. The main excitement for the night was in the 800m. We had two girls in it and it was a great race. Georgia Wassall ran superbly coming in for ...
... average temperature of 55˚F and sunny skies heading into the Eugene area. We asked ourselves, could the weather really change that quickly within 20 or so miles? Well friends, yes. Yes it can. We noticed fog not too far from the Eugene exits. When we say fog, we mean there was a literal fog wall that we crossed through. On one side, it was sunny and temperatures were pleasant. The other side was a slightly more ...
The town is a picture perfect example of a pioneer town established in the 1800's. The locals are very proud of their town and keep it perfectly neat and clean. Tourism is a big business here. Just up the hill from town is a pioneer cemetery. Very old and ornate headstones can be seen there. A note of interest is that a section was included within the cemetery for the Indians. This is act of respect and reverence by the pioneers for the ...
... passed some beautiful scenery en route to Seattle. As I type this we are just entering Eugene, Oregon where we can see beautiful snow capped mountains in the distance. This morning I started reading "The Timekeeper" by Mitch Albom on my Kindle, who is one of my favourite authors. It was a great quick read, as I just finished it before doing this blog entry. Looking forward to his newest novel due in September entitled "The First Phone Call From ...