Travelers Inn Eugene
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... switching them off when he winterized the trailer. This memory thing happens more as we get older! Only charged us $25 for ten minutes since we paid cash. Otherwise he would have go bill us for 1/2 hour of work which would've been $50. Guess we got a deal.
Today we head to Redding. The pass is clear. No snow or rain so should be an easy trip.
More later....stay tuned
... why was $10? Come back in the morning! Alrighty!
Monday, August 19-
We chose campsite #5 as it offered some shade and an additional 3 night stay. The people in site #5 confirmed that they were leaving no later than noon and they understand that we have to vacate our site at noon, the check out time. I walked over to the office at 0900 and the neon sign was blinking "CLOSED ...... CLOSED.....CLOSED". The campground host's site ...
If I had not gone to the Eugene air museum I would not know that the worlds largest aircraft was 90 miles away.
Whatever the tiny amount you know of Howard Hughes, he was a legend and the world needs people like him.
This was an extraordinary privilege and something I will treasure.
As you walk in to the museum at eye ...
... big happy family we eat our hearts out. Pad Thai and a Tsunami cocktail later we head back to the Hotel, where we curl up in our Queen size beds and fall asleep giggling like girls having a PJ-party. Tomorrow is the big day. I have no idea what to expect, how it'll be, whom I'll meet more then I've already met. But one thing is for sure, it's going to be intense, challenging and amazing getting together with so many great people. I can't wait! ...
This morning was my first day waking up to sunshine and how beautiful it was. I got out a little earlier and it was still quite cold, I hate being cold. I dress pretty warm but it just never seems to keep me that way for very long.
Bill has been going out about 5 miles and waiting for me to get the video shots and scenery, we will have video soon.
As I was riding along this ...