McKenzie River Inn B&B and Cabins
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Salt Lake City has impressed me with the huge mountains surrounding the City. There is still snow on top of the mountains. My connecting flight was in a small plane to Eugene. On my way there I had some of the most beautiful views from the air. Unfortunately the pretty once were gone by the time I took out my camera. Some photos of the salt lake is also ...
... left of us with wide open plains to the right with lots of cattle. Plenty of water today! The Lake had lots of Pelicans and I think Cranes. The railroad ran alongside the waters edge and in fact we and the railroad were side by side for much of today. We drove North on the 97 through forest areas, much more dense than yesterday. Miles and miles of it! We stopped at a rest area and came upon some chipmunks scampering about. The 97 was ...
... had changed her mind with hosting this year's family reunion and simply disappeared once the bad omens of our arrival started wreaking havoc.
Come to find out, perhaps after the second machinery failure, Kathy started experiencing chest pains which could have been stroke related, cardiac related, atrial fibrillation related, or stress. Most people need to go to the hospital before or after other siblings of ...
... mug! I finish all of my burger while Jil high grades all of the chili and hot dog out of her hotdog bun. Much to our delight the food was actually very tasty.
After eating lunch we are tapped out of energy. We head back the same way we came until we reach Interstate 5. The last 19 miles find us on the interstate following a herd?, gaggle?, OK, a long procession of speeding big rigs whose drivers seem to be unaware of the 55 mph truck speed limit.
... We have only gotten off the train once in Klamuth Falls, Oregon which was approximately an hour or two ago. Nothing much to see there, but it gave us an opportunity to take a few photos of the train and a group shot of us in front of our coach.
Back on board we are edging closer to Seattle. We are still running approximately 90 minutes behind our original scheduled time of 8:37 p.m. At least it won't be too late, as we still have ...