I got a sprinkle ring doughnut, and an iced cocoa mocha. It was a great breakfast, and later I worked off that doughnut on our bike ride.Today was also my parents' last day here. My mom has work the rest of this week, and my dad is still recovering from his knee surgery. They wanted to bring some food home with them in the coolers, so we went on a walk to Sunriver's North store to grab up ice and a few other things. The morning walk to the market was nice, except for the brief interruption of peace with the wood chipper in the middle of the pathway, but that is alright still. Just the Sunriver work crew beautifying the landscape or protecting the guests from a potential falling tree.
After my mom and I got back from the market, it was then time for my parents to head out. I will see them on Friday when I go home. I just got a text from them saying they made it back safely and that the fish is fine, and still alive. Yay! Incase you did not know, we have a baby beta fish in our family now. He is pretty cute, and not shy at all. I'm glad they are home safe. Shortly after my parents left for home, we went on a long bike ride. We rode to the Marina, by the stables, up to the Lodge, by the river, seems like we peddled all over Sunriver. We saw rafters, and kayakers, and stand-paddle boards while we biked on the trail parallel to river. It was hot outside during our bike ride, so looking on at the rafters on the river made me a bit jealous. I just need to buy a good river tube and lounge on the river. It sounds perfect for the hotter weather.
After dinner, the little girls went in the hot tub, and dinner was being cleaned up. I wanted to go on a night walk! That is a sunriver tradition! We have been here three nights already, and no night walk yet. Well, I spoke up and my Grandma agreed. She had the same thought of going on a night walk. So it was settled. As we were waiting for night to arrive, the sky had a beautiful sunset! It tinted the outside a beautiful orange/yellow color. Everything was glowing!
On our walk, we saw glowing deer eyes as they crossed the path. I did end up getting a good picture of them, but it sort of pixely since I had to zoom up and the only light was from a flash light. I made the photo smaller so it wouldn't be so pixelated.