Super 8 Bend
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I got up at about 5 o'clock yesterday morning and got on the road back to Oregon in about 10 to 6. Since I was going to try to make it to Bend by last night I would get an early start. It did work out well and I got to bend about 330 in the afternoon. It was really nice to see Tom and Jen and their kids. We got to work on some music for mom's celebration of life which was really good. Tom is going to bring all ...
... two folks, one a volunteer from Oklahoma and one "fish guy" employee. The volunteer loves this isolated hatchery so much he says he will never leave. The "fish guy", when informed that we are volunteering at Bonneville, tells Jil that if we run out of things to do at Bonneville that we can come back and help here at Wizard Falls! We doubt that will happen, but appreciate the offer.
We are due to arrive at Bonneville September 2- tomorrow is a travel day.
... though I was pretty tired at the end of it. It's nice, easy paddling, and I saw many different birds, ducks, geese, including several baby ducks and geese. Many people out kayaking in traditional sit-in boats, but more standing up paddling. Personally, I don't see the attraction of stand-up paddling: wind-resistance, having to stand the whole time, using just a single-bladed paddle, more sun exposure, slower. I suspect it's a fad that while fade quickly. So that ...
... ran high in so many directions. Europeans in the four countries we visited were so kind to us visitors, intent in providing directions or suggestions to a favorite restaurant. Our guides were passionate and full of the details we so much were seeking. The trains, ah the trains. What a fabulous way to travel. Gwenn, Carolyn and Barry could not have been better travel mates. We saw it all, tasted it all, felt it all. TYG!
Route: Fort Klamath, OR to Tumalo State Park, Bend, OR--126 miles
Campground: Tumalo State Park, Bend, OR
We let Torston play a little with the camera and then one of the campground's canoes while we worked on a few things in the RV. It was fun watching him try to get the canoe, heavier than he is, unstuck from the sandbar right behind our RV. Of course, the icy cold water on his feet didn’t help ...