Aloha Junction Inn and Gardens Bed & Breakfast
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... the gate which had "vacancy" on it, and grew more dejected as we passed sites either already occupied or labeled "reserved". We bumped into the ranger and camp host, who told us all the van sites were taken, but there were vacancies in the walk in tent area. Thanks but no thanks.
Anyway, we thought we could find an RV park without too much trouble, but one we'd seen on the way to the waterfalls was full, another was ridiculously expensive and ...
... went back into town and up to the road to the Jetty. We drove through grass and brush covered sand dunes on a macadam road for about 6 miles. Occasionally we could see glimpses of the sand dunes and dune buggies riding on them through breaks in the vegetation covered sand. We got out to the end of the road and made a decision not to go across the sand to try and get a view of whatever sunset there was. Tomorrow we will find a different beach to see our sunset.
As we ...
... Felt like jelly after it! On my way out to find Jake, I asked someone where to put my class pass (you had to have a pass to attend the class if you were on a day only rate). This questions turned into a trap: I was stuck talking to 'Jonathan' - a lovely but very talkative Portlandian who wouldn't stop talking - for about an hour! We discussed England, the queen and royalty, politics, phrases/words (such as 'doofer,' 'could care ...
... on the major I-5 artery as well as major surface street alternatives from our RV Park into Portland and back. These observations are affirmed for the two weeks following my arrival up to the moment that I have posted this blog entry. I-5 appears to be consistently bumper-to-bumper as late as 11:00am heading into Portland and as early as 2:30pm heading back south.
When I get to a new town, I like to drive around and get the lay ...
We drove from Eugene to Aloha, Oregon for a quick visit with Suzi's nephew, Ryan and her niece, Molly.
Ryan is working on a new project for a healing cream that Suzi is using with great success. He gave us a new product sample that we will use to treat sore muscles. I think this product will be a great ...