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TravelPod Member ReviewsTimbers Motel Eugene
We were thankful to have a place to stay for the night on our way up 5. Convenient, central and clean at a very good price.
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... by a tsunami and then finally died in a train crash. Harsh.
Then I had one of the most refreshing experiences probably of my life. I got a hair wrap from a very hippie woman called Cloud, and as seems to be the tradition between any form of hairdresser and their client, we talked in depth about everything from homelessness, community run co-ops, indigenous issues, to my love life, my travel plans and my recent misfortunes. She was an incredible person ...
... now living in Eugene with her American partner.
Back to the track in the evening after a short rest at home and it was exciting to watch the Women's Pole Vault. Nina Kennedy did two PBs to be in the top 4 at 4-40m. She just missed out on a medal as the other three cleared 4-45, the bronze medal going to a Kiwi. The main excitement for the night was in the 800m. We had two girls in it and it was a great race. Georgia Wassall ran superbly coming in for ...
... switching them off when he winterized the trailer. This memory thing happens more as we get older! Only charged us $25 for ten minutes since we paid cash. Otherwise he would have go bill us for 1/2 hour of work which would've been $50. Guess we got a deal.
Today we head to Redding. The pass is clear. No snow or rain so should be an easy trip.
More later....stay tuned
... trolley ride we stopped at the lodge so that I could just check it out. It books up months in advance and of course we don't plan like that.
Dave, Dan and Liz took a short hike on the Pinnacles Trail and then it was time to head back to Eugene. ...
... salad, yoghurt and maple syrup we plan our day. Apollo divides us into two groups and we go out for the Easter Egg Hunt in their beautiful front garden. What a sweet boys they are, running around with their bags (Apollo’s got a Halloween bag and Jasper is running around with a Human Rights in Childbirth Conference bag which is half his size) looking for the painted eggs. After finding all 15 (and a big squirrel) we go out with the five of us for ...