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Wednesday, 28th August
Packed up and left frog hollow and heading east for sunshine and warm weather. We are booked in at Armitage Park campground alongside the McKenzie River at Eugene.
Arrived around lunch time and yes the sun is shining and we are back to wearing just t-shirts and shorts. This is a beaut campground next to the pretty river here, so ...
... NOT SO FAST, COWBOY!
We wait until 1145 hours to saddle up. The people in site #5 know that we will occupy their site when they leave but they are in no hurry to pack up. They are going to get their full money's worth, and will not leave before the check out time of 1200 hrs. We pull up behind them, parking directly behind their site....... and stare. They know that we will pull in right when they leave now.
The internet ...
On my way home on Sunday morning and although I will come back to sort out the bike, it will only be admin rather then the extended adventure I hoped for.
So really just enjoying the last couple of days of exploring.
Great find by Lali of the Oregon air and space museum. Thank you.
Sadly these places tend to be run down and largely empty with a few elderly volunteers desperate ...
... blue. The mountain itself seem to shine as if back lit; an awesome sight. I guess with the weather changes, shadows and clouds and possibly with a little pharmaceutical help, spirits could be conjectured up. Enough of Shasta, let's go to Eugene. I am driving as we leave today. We will only be in the car for 4 hours, but will be driving in mountains. The weather reports tell us to expect rain so ...
... located about 20 miles south of Eugene.
Their number one tourist attraction are the 17 nationaly historic covered bridges in the area. The scenic route encircles Dorena Lake - very nice!
There is no point in re-iterating our experiences at the border. I don't understand how the border guards can be so darn unfriendly - you would think that they would welcome snowbirds with open arms. Just ...