McKenzie River Inn B&B and Cabins
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... but they were warm and welcoming. We stopped at a local seafood dive on our way home to get a bowl of New England-style clam chowder. It was fantastic!
Back at South Beach campground, Rees and I got the RV cleaned up and ready to roll. (I vacuumed the place.) Rees sent the kids on a loop bike trail to the beach & back. The kids loved riding and playing in the sand. We met up with them at the day use area near the beach. The four of us walked up the dunes ...
Our last day in Eugene. Today was full of planning, research and some wandering about. I posted my next postcard and we had a look around 5th street market. The weather was hot, the sun was out; it was glorious. I made sure Ging applied plenty of 30 before we left - can't have a lobster partner in crime! The shops around the International Cafe were well expensive, so we didn't buy anything other than a couple of postcards (50c each). We indulged in our final North West Burgers whilst ...
... I know part of me will die on this trip. And I also know there will be a new birth.
I got to Twin Falls Idaho tonight. Came in about 830. Then I had some Chinese food. Got into my hotel at the Hampton Garden Inn. Seems brand-new and very nice. I even use my concierge service on the Acura to book the reservation.
The drive was pretty uneventful ...
... south end near the spot where the creek empties into the lake.
Reading 'Muir: Nature Writings' and 'Kook' by Peter Heller
"The flames, now rushing up in long lances, now flattened and twisted on the rocky ground, roared as if trying to tell the storm stories of the trees they belonged to, as the light given out was telling the story of the sunshine they had gathered in centuries of summers." John Muir, 'Bloody Canon and Mono Lake'
Day 15 – 4,200 miles from Fort Lauderdale, across the bottom of the county to the pivot point of Anaheim, CA and then up the Pacific Coast to Eugene; that's the summation of our drive when we arrived last Friday. Our arrival was a bit of a gray cloud. Let me explain, it would appear that the pre-departure fire drill of wash machine breakdown, hot water heater killing itself and then our cargo container packing it in, ...