Red Carpet Inn
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... so low we were able to clamber around in the dips made by the rocks, I even kneeled down to look over the edge where there is usually water. It was brilliant. The river was formed by lava flows, 3000years ago. We then carried on to Sisters where we queued for an extremely long time for a burger. I had the most enormous butterscotch milkshake, a bacon cheeseburger and fries. It was tasty and desperately needed. Kurt joined us at ...
... 8221; So we walked off the trail, taking a wide birth to where they were standing. Sure enough, as we got closer to them we saw a bear eating berries about 10 feet off the path we had been on. While we were walking Teddy starting fussing and screaming, then the bear stood up on his hind legs staring at Teddy and I, then he ran back into the trees. It was a close call, a little too close.
-We got to drive through a big redwood tree as well.
-I brought a ...
... G into a club was the way to go!!! After mistaking the Bay Bridge for the Golden Gate we had arrived in the most amazingest town San Francisco. Immediately I was blown away! The buildings, cable cars, hills! Just how I imagined! We arrived at the Holiday Inn and settled ourselves in for the next 4 days!! We did a little research on where we should spend our first night and got ready for a must deserved night on the town! Had a predrink at the hotels bar and off ...
... to have a few hours inside, so when I regained some strength I took myself off for an hour or so and rode all the way along the Willamete River. I feel like I use the words beautiful and amazing a lot, but there aren't many other adjectives to use. The scenery along the river was varied although equally interesting. I went from dappled sunlight and leafy green trees at one end, to riding alongside railway tracks and old factories at the other. The river itself ...
... Stars and Stripes being played!!
After the competition we met Lawrie, Gwen and Julie at Beppe's and Gianni's for dinner. Peter and Peanut also joined us. Fantastic company but my halibut was rather dry and had grill marks on it with a rather burnt taste. After dinner we walked back to the Matthew Knight Arena for the VIP Reception and after party. We were in a side room while the main action for the youngsters was in the main arena with a DJ and very loud music. We ended up ...