Motel 6 Eugene North - Springfield
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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This time it's Ariana and Elena writing.
Today, most of the time we were in the car driving towards San Francisco. We crossed the huge Washington river at her mouth reaching the Pacific Ocean. And, whilst driving down the Oregon Coast we stopped at Cannon beach. Cannon beach got her name when a cannon washed up onto the shore that had detached off an American schooner boat that sunk ...
... this time I have acquired a substantial amount of insight and knowledge into the world of domestic air and long distance road travel. Insights and knowledge that I will share with all of you through this blog. Now I'll admit most of the time I will be ranting about the complete morons I encounter on the road or in airports, but I hope even those entries will educate and aid the masses on the best way ...
... satellite view. This is called Rattlesnake Road and it runs down into a valley, then back up onto the western wall that helps form the Snake River in the area called Hells Canyon.
Okay, it wasn’t all peaches and cream. Not long into it there was an electronic reader board that said "Construction next 33 miles".
It took us quite awhile to actually get to the construction site and the total length will be 33 miles before ...
... old folk need.
We are also packing a travel-sized cribbage board. Dana was the victor during our last bit of time off. It's time for payback.
Well, it shower time then off to bed. I started a call shift at the hospital at 1900. So far nobody has blown themselves up yet but the night is young. It's a full-moon and the drunks will be hitting the road around 2300. I might be up all night but that's okay. I have tomorrow off.
... town and the drivers there are very friendly…meaning they didn't seem to get in a snit just because an RV was taking up some of their road space, and seemed to be happy to wave us on in front of them when we needed to change lanes! Our major stop there involved a bagel (multi-grain and therefore healthy) and (sorry Rita) a custard filled Maple Sugar covered éclair. Life is short (maybe shorter after eating the éclair!) you know!
On up the road, ...