One More Day on the Road

We escaped the Redwood Curtain this morning and crossed into Oregon a short time later. The Oregon coast was spectacular in the morning with sun, a deep blue sea, and dry (mostly) roads. We turned inland at the Umpqua River and followed the Umpqua Scenic Highway to I-5 south of Eugene. That is a beautiful drive. The road was better than 101 and dry as well even though there was snow on the side of the road in the high places.

Tonight we’re spending our last night on the road at an RV Park in Salem. It’s 32, but dry. Tomorrow we will hit Seattle in the rain. What else is new?

About Paul

I'm retired, but working at painting, photography, and song writing. We like to travel and paint plein air in new places. Of course that's also where photography comes into the picture, so to speak. Sometimes I get inspired to write songs about the people and places we visit.
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One Response to One More Day on the Road

  1. ace says:

    What a fine adventure you guys have had! Way so look forward to seeing more of your photos and art. We’re on our way to becoming short timers ourselves – so to remind us, it just started raining. Very fun to have Margaret and Steve’s tribe here for the day on Wednesday. Didn’t realize our palapa included so many “play structures.” The favorite was the bamboo and wood ladder to the loft, especially with Benjamin. “Up!” Antoinette sent a great response to the poem I sent out on Valentines. She quoted an interview with Judith Viorst on her 80th birthday: “Love what you’ve got while you’ve got it.” Yup. Abrazos y besos, tu amiga ace

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