Travelers Inn Eugene
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We wanted to see Mt. St. Helens while we're close. The drive up there wasn't that bad, but upon arrival, we discovered the park was closed for the "season", whatever that means.
****. Determined, we parked the van and decided to hoof it.
6 miles each way
So, two goons in ...
... to be a civilised yet forceful conversation with the white man, something regarding calling her sister a *****. She says she’ll fight him, but she doesn’t really want to do it in the middle of the day. Parts
of this conversation drift in and out of my consciousness as I’m reading. The next thing I know, the black woman is standing over the sleeping white woman protectively, and is now full on yelling at the white man, accusing him ...
... back to the Wild Duck for a drink and met with Peter and his friends. It was lovely to see Julie again, Peter's ex girlfriend with whom we had stayed in Milton Keynes about 20 years ago. There was also an interesting couple, Lawrie and Gwen who provided an evening of good conversation and convivial company. The place was buzzing. We went home about 11-30 and then sat up chatting until nearly 2. A late night but a good one.
Wednesday we were a little later ...
... as Diamond until a thoroughbred horse imported from Coburg, Germany arrived in town. The horse apparently was more popular than John Diamond, hence the name change.
More recently the town was known for being "speed trap city" for unsuspecting out of town motorists. By the middle of the last decade the town was raising half of its annual budget of $1.7 million with funds raised from speeding tickets on Interstate 5. Unfortunately for Coburg ...
... we approached Oregon, there were more and more logging trucks hauling huge logs -we think they're cedar. Some logs were 4ft in diameter and most trucks could only haul 3 of them.
We stayed at the Premier RV Resort in Coburg (just north of Eugene, OR). Although a very nice facility, we had serious problems with their power supply - the 50amp plug surged power and the 30amp plug kept blowing the fuse. Nobody came to check, ...