McKenzie River Inn B&B and Cabins
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... with lots of trucks and enormous RVs. We bore left on the 58 which was a much quieter road, still through forest- the Deschutes National Forest. This road was downhill all the way from about 6000 ft to 1000 ft! The view over Odell Lake and beyond was hazy due to Forest Fires in the a area. You could smell the smoke, and we saw more further on. This area is for winter sports and there was some snow on the peaks.we came to the Willamette ...
... had a negative cosmic forward paying affect, because the day of our arrival all hell broke loose at Shawn and Kathy’s house too. The washing machine and the refrigerator went lame at the Lockery residence just before we arrived – a sort of negative, pre-arrival present. On top of that Kathy was unreachable this day of day’s we were arriving that we found a bit odd, but in hind sight who could blame her ...
... toe(s) and isn't sure if she broke them or not. So for the entire day yesterday the mother argued with her that she would have to have it checked at an ER once they arrived in Seattle tonight. The daughter is adamant that there is nothing they can do...she will be fine. I can tell that the mother doesn't give up...EVER! It is going to be her way or the highway. At one point last evening, she threatened to detain with her in San Francisco ...
... We've done 2534 km so far. I thought I'd take a moment to record, more for us years down the road than anyone else, the set-up we're traveling with: * 2012 Chevrolet Traverse; 6 cylinder; 5000 pound towing capacity; 500 pound tongue weight. * 2012 Rockwood Freedom 1910; 10 foot box; 1973 pound dry weight; hot water; outdoor shower; fridge; indoor/outdoor stove and grill; cassette toilet; furnace; heated mattresses. I have no complaints about any ...
... dinner- for me, not the dogs. Everybody was happy, tho, and we survived day 2. The cat knows the routine by now.
Third day, Alturas up into Oregon, Klamath, and a stop for gas, groceries, and bagels, then on to TDR.
And on the 4th day, she rested.
But today, June 3, I took my inflatable kayak (IK) to a small lake near Mill Creek Res. in Oakridge, and took it on its maiden voyage. Ready for whitewater next week?!