TownePlace Suites Bend Near Mt. Bachelor
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... runs through the city and is a favourite place for tourists and residents alike to enjoy many activities. One of the more popular activities is taking a leisurely trip down the river on a rubber tube or any other means of a vehicle that will support you. The City runs a bus that has a caged trailer behind it that takes the inner tubes back up the river to ride down at a very nominal cost. It was a lovely sunny day when we visited and lots ...
... From Mount Shasta in Northern California to British Columbia there's a countless string of 8,000+ foot volcanic peaks along an ancient fault line. Just amazing to see these giant volcanos, visible 80 and 90 miles away slowly appear then fade from view along the drive northward.
We stayed at a 5 star RV resort in Bend with full hookups, grass lawns and shaded by tall pine trees. The weather in Bend was hot, approaching 100 degrees, and our ...
... was an incredible host, actually begging us to stay longer. If only we could stay as long as we liked in every city! We loved our time in Bend, and after a full week we had not even scratched the surface of all that there is to do outdoors, or the many breweries the town has to offer. It certainly gave us a lot to think about in terms of settling down, and we have had a hard time talking about much else since! Thanks for everything Jeff - we loved your town!
The yellow arrow is the friend of all pilgrims on the Camino. It marks the way all along the route. Fr. Don Elias took on the task of marking the way with these arrows. It was his mission to restore and reanimate the Camino. In 1985, he marked the route with yellow paint borrowed from the roads department.
This arrow was seen about a block from our house on 10th Street, Bend, OR.
A journey does begin at home!
We made it to Bend, Oregon. Just a couple of hours to Ashland where the trip (almost) officially comes to a close; however, the Adventure has just begun!
It isn't worth trying to fully catch this blog up since the last time I posted. We have gone from Washington D.C., New York City, Maine, Vermont, Canada, Illinois, Minnesota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Idaho, and now Oregon. A long month to say the least, but so far my absolute favorite.