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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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Today Dennis and I loaded up the truck and headed out for Eugene, OR to get ready for tomorrow's start of the Cascade Classic Tour. The day started out with problems as I let Tang get away and I had to spend a couple of hours looking for him. ...
... with us who is here working for the Hoka One One shoe company for which Peter is a consultant. He was from California and pleasant company. The food was excellent and accompanied by some lovely local white and red wines. Our waitress was a Thai girl who had studied in Eugene and stayed on. She was great.The Lava Cat Fish was very tasty as was the Teriyaki Chicken and the Thai Basil beef. A lovely night with real food, not American diner standards!
This morning we went ...
... residential, then headed back north over the Willamette River in search of one of the many greenbelt parks that line its shores. The park we went to is named Ruth Bascom Park. It is large with a lawn, bike path next to the river, and many islands of beautiful flowers. It is connected to the city by a wide pedestrian bridge. The park is well used by many school aged kids accompanied by their escorts. It seems like most adults are mounted ...
... at the campsite this afternoon and evening. It was, as noted above, one of those days that takes the wind out of your sails. Thanks Dad for the reassurance and parenting advice. This job is hard. We had leftover pizza and some other scraps for dinner. Henry and I played catch and "soccer" while the laundry did its thing. And now we're here, further refining our attack plan for Portland. Tomorrow we're going to go for a shop. I believe there's a Macy's in ...
... mid seventies. Probably the best middle distance runner in US history.
We then drove on to Sunriver through Deschutes National Forest on a road as narrow as any in Ireland and twisting and turning all the while. We were treated to great scenery and stopped for a hike to Proxy falls which included a lava field. All along the drive we saw different views of the 10000 foot Sister's mountains.