Value Inn Motel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The day was sunny and sweaty and both the North and South bank trails are littered with human made paths through the undergrowth and to the water. We found ourselves a nice empty spot and went for a wade. It was refreshingly cold, and because of the current you can't venture out too far unless you've got some water shoes on or something. Apparently you can walk the whole way across to the other side. Just like yesterday, there were plenty of people floating ...
... had dinner there. We caught up with some of the Australian coaches as well as our friends from the last few days. More conversation and conviviality.
On Sunday morning after another sleep in I did a load of washing and we both chilled out. We got to the track about 2-30 for a 3pm start. We didn't manage to snare our usual table but we found one with a good view of the Women's High Jump We were again sitting with Matt Mahon who is Vice-President of Athletics Australia. He is a ...
... a couple weeks after the program ends to do some traveling in the surrounding countries so that should be exciting considering my only plans are backpacking and couch surfing. I am also planning to run in a few races over the course of my time there. I am particularly looking forward to the Tower of London 10K race but I am also thinking about doing my first half marathon if dates permit. As I said in a post on Facebook, I am going to need SOME motivation to burn off all ...
... that 90% of a puffins meals are caught in the water?
And the thing that will be etched into minds forever is the eerie fog that line the beach as far as the eye could see, it curled around the stone and pebbles, around the the little sand dollars we found and the white tipped water the curled over shore.
After a few more hours in the car we stopped just in front of the ...
... traveled over and around a lot of hill country to get to what is considered the south end of the Willamette Valley with its major river, the mighty Willamette.
Eugene is home of the University of Oregon. You may know them as the Ducks. The other major college in Oregon is Oregon State (Beavers), Corvallis. We will be staying at the Armitage County Park Campground for a few days where we will recharge our batteries as well as doing a little sight ...