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... guru knew would not show up. There was one catch- we had to pay cash as they could not process plastic on the weekend! We took it. Site #15 was in full sun, temps near 90 degrees and configured so that our large rear window would be facing the sun. Cooling the interior of our trailer took a heck of a long time.
Our internet research indicated that more sites would be open Monday and the campground internet guru host dude concurred. ...
... basically a long driveway with the tree at the end. You go through and head back down the driveway. But at least we got pictures!
The rest of the day was driving. 300 miles total. Don't even ask what time we got to Eugene. We've got another 300 miles straight up the 5 freeway to home. Maybe we'll have time to stop and get pedicures on the way...
Looking forward to home and my own bed! One more driving day!
Ah, there is no place like home. Wonderful trip and great to be home. In our 10,943 total miles traveled, we never found a place that we would rather live ... what a heart time to reconnect with family and friends.
We made memories together and did what we dreamed to do.
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At the top, on the Oregon side is a nice overlook of the Hells Canyon. We stopped because there are toilets there. We happened upon a long distance GSXR rider who was a victim of a tire puncture. Besides offering to make a phone call (once we had cell service again) we were not much help. However, a few minutes later, along came a foursome on three Harley’s and one Gold Wing. I chatted them up, took some photos for them and told ...
... SPOT GPS so that friends & family can track us in real time. Actually, the reason we have it is because it has a panic button which will summon rescue via satellite in case of dire emergency.
Every day is mapped out & we have reservations for each nights lodging.
Well, gotta to tend to the minutia. Stay ...