Friday, October 5, 2012
To Damnation and Back
Cheryl and I ventured out on an impromptu road trip, heading southbound through Oregon and northern California. We spent our first night in "Track Town USA," Eugene, Oregon. We saw Hayward Field, where the legendary Steve Prefontaine once ran for the University of Oregon. Heading south, we circumnavigated Crater Lake. We spent the next night in Medford, Oregon, and had an enjoyable dinner with the legendary theological game show host Pastor Evan Goeglein, of Table Talk Radio fame. The next day we headed southwest towards northern California, hiking through the redwoods down to the coast, and then driving the coast northwards on U.S. 101 to Coos Bay, Oregon, where we bunked for the night. The next day we hiked the sand dunes of the coast, and then headed for McMinnville to visit the Evergreen Air & Space Museum before heading home. If you're into aviation, it's be worth the trip. Here's a few photos.
guy hermaphrodite, the banana slug. They're quite common on the west coast, often munching on the leaves of your garden. Note the iridescent dried slug slime.
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