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Miles Driven Today: 151
Total miles driven on road trip to date: 522
We left Brookings and made our way over to Grants Pass via the amazingly beautiful California Red Wood forest. Unfortunately I have no pictures of this journey. The windy roads made it difficult to find places to pull over safely. As exhausting as all this traveling is, ...
... and checked out some cool squishy things that shrink when you toigh them....the water had to have been about 30º at best but it was BEAUTIFUL! I decided cobsidering my headache I would get a head start up the staircase.....I had to take about 5 breaks on the way up lol....I am out of shape, but it was seriously hard for everyone I saw. Justin made it up with Harlan on his back shortly after me, red faced and breathing hard! Cale though......came racing up with a huge smile on his face. ...
... barrier was definitely a challenge for us. Not so much in the more heavily touristed areas but in the more "off the beaten path" type places. I thought that since the Americans had built the canal there would be more English spoken and a heavier American influence in the culture. Boy was I mistaken. I'm pretty sure that's a good thing though.
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The food in Panama sucks! There I said it. For the life of me I do not understand ...
... around 630. Sadly it didn't matter since it was still pitch dark out. We showered and joined the boys for continental bfast in the lobby with the other guests. It was a nice selection for a hotel breakfast..french toast, sausage links, hard boiled eggs (Nik Silver!), yogurt, cereals, toastables, pastries, juices and coffee. I settled for a mixed bowl of honey bunches of oats and frosted flakes and a muffin.
After breakfast we packed up and headed out. We ...
Sorry for the late post for yesterday. We were both so tired we didn't have the energy to fire up the laptop and get our thoughts on 'paper'.
We drove from Bandon to Coos Bay yesterday. It was a pleasant 30 minute drive along Hwy 101. On the way we saw this cool tree. Neither of us has seen one before - I'd like to know what it is. Coos Bay is known for it's lumber shipping port - and, for our runner friends, ...