La Quinta Inn & Suites Eugene
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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We set out from Ashland late Sunday morning with the hopes of making it to Vancouver, WA. More ice and snow warnings were issued for the Portland area overnight. We sighed but knew there was nothing we could do to change the weather. Our plan over the past few days has been booking 3-4 hotels along our route in advance so that we always have a safe …
... I was high on the feeling that I was a kid again. This is twice now that it's happened: the fountain in Seattle was the first. And now I felt specifically like my 10 year old self riding around my favourite holiday place in Australia, a sleepy beach town called Hawks Nest. Eugene had the same vibe, and I felt the same sense of childhood mischief, cycling around, feeling super cool and independent. We rode all the way to the other side of town - granted, it's ...
... a PB in the 100 and followed that up by jumping 7-47m in the Long Jump, a new Championship record for the Decathlon. Cassie Simmons in the Heptathlon also ran a PB in her hurdles, a good start for the team.
We were sitting up in the IAAF President's box, meaning we had seats in the main strait just near the finish line and were given cushions rather than sitting on the wooden board seats. We saw Seb Coe there and several other faces we knew. Our girls ...
... and drive a smaller hwy), rolling hills with the larger mountains of the Cascade further and the coast mountains to the west. The temperature was also noticable warmer now also. Since getting to Vancouver we've been getting nice summer weather and really not much problem with rain.
Ken and I got a round of golf in with my Mom and and my Uncle Bill. We got a group together and drove up the Mackenzie River and hiked to a couple waterfalls ...
... there. So, Jared walked back to the RV since he wanted to do some fly fishing, but first he helped to get me set up. Of course when he was gone I caught a rainbow trout. I was trying to decide if it was a keeper and what I should do with it until Jared got back when I dropped it and it swam away in the river. After Jared got back I told him about it and I had pretty much decided it would have been a keeper. He brought the fly rod and Nash with him this time. Nash ...