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... temporarily homeless. They had moved from Seattle following a job three days before our arrival. They could not afford a motel room and the condo that they were to move into wasn't ready so they were temporarily living at the park in a tent........ with their eleven year of daughter!. They had only until this Wednesday or Thursday until they could move into their new home. Through our conversation we find that they have not had a cup ...
... the complimentary breakfast, as provided by the resort owners, and it was mighty fine. We each had blueberry pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausages/bacon and coffee. A perfect start to the day. We drove in to Eugene to check out the Saturday Market. It was an eclectic offering of foods and crafts. There was nothing that really jumped out at us, though we did have some lovely pasties and a huge cookie for an early lunch. The real attractions were the ...
We expect to hit some weather today with winds. Helen has checked the forecast and we should be fine. However, your prayers would be appreciated. Before we leave for our drive to Eugene, Oregon I want to share some thoughts on the mountain. There are many "spiritualists" living here. Not sure I know the true meaning of the word spiritualist. Anyway, I can see why some people could find this ...
... for about nine miles, then we got onto Hwy 244 into Ukiah. This has to be one of the best roads in Oregon. In fact, somewhere along the way today we decided that today was probably the best riding route of the entire trip.
Ukiah has a one-pump gas station which we have frequented on many occasions, knowing that the next fuel stop would be quite a ways away. We had to wait in line for gas as there were three bikes in front of us who ...
... 4. And we can't wait to do it again.
If for some unknown reason, you actually followed this blog from start to finish, you know that this was not a trip without some challenges, but without a doubt there were much more good times than bad. Let's review.
Struggles & lessons learned -
- Don't eat semi cooked seafood before you're planning to fly halfway across the world.
- Sometimes what seems ...