TownePlace Suites Bend
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... from Las Vegas to the Burns OR area, it was two lane roads all the way, and pretty scenic, but it was very remote; there was often no gas for 100 or 150 miles, and of course no reception or even GPS on my phone. So it was a little disconcerting to be so out of reach. It all worked out fine, but it was a little dicey there about whether I'd make it to Burns --which is the first place for maybe 150 miles that had gas. I arrived with a gallon or ...
... the one honoring Gus' participation on D-Day. The historical and emotional aspect of that trip will stay with us for a long time. This trip, we imagine, will be a more cultural exploration of all things Italian (a country we both love) with quite a bit of "porch sitting" as our traveling friends, Barry and Carolyn like to say.
After Italy, we'll take a narrow gauge train from Nice to Digne, in ...
... going to watch a movie on
a projector onto their garage. I pulled
a prank when I went onto MS Powerpoint and I typed out, “The Butt Named Bob,”
and made it say, “You’ve got some hot buns.”
We went back to the hotel because mom got sick!
PS - We didn't have our camera that day so only the flower photos are here!
... Cove trail. They do about 8 tours a day in the summer and those are the only boats on the water. (besides a research boat) We than headed up the rim on the path again. I was not as frightened going up, but was much more out of breath. (Crater Lake sits at 7000 feet) But I made it and the kids did great! We than drove around the rim and were amazed at the size of the lake. It is six miles long, and over 1900 feet deep (the ...
Well I'm not officially in school yet, but I'd say I can consider my Gap Year operations just about wrapped up. So for my own sake, I feel I need a little more of a concluding statement.
From Bend to Malawi, to Rome and London, to Nicaragua and Costa Rica, to North Carolina and Boulder, Colorado. Near and far, foreign and domestic I've covered some ground. Just looking at some of the numbers is pretty crazy: since last ...