Blue Heron Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... thanks a million mum for waking up at 12 midnight for like an hour omhelp! You're a champ! :) after working for about an hour or so trying to get it all fixed up, I had breakky and read until Kels and Esther Berends came at 11. We left and picked Laura and thn headed off to meet up with Ranelle and Jo before we left for sea quest national park. It should have taken us 5 hours ...
... to be, to come out here. I wonder what they would think of our version of a wagon train in these houses on wheels? Maybe they would be ticked that they had not been born a hundred and some years later or maybe they would just simply say, no thank you! Maybe they would have a hard time understanding why a person would want to hurry along so much in their journey. I can just hear them now....The east coast to the west coast in two weeks? Why that's just the craziest darn thing ...
... awarded a $4.5 million contract to LKE Corporation of Washougal, to raise the spillway by 2.1 m.
The SRS is about 21 km upstream from the confluence of the North Fork Toutle River with the Toutle River and 49.1 km from the larger river's mouth on the Cowlitz River. The structure is about 72 km north-northeast of Portland, Oregon. Large communities downstream of the SRS include Castle Rock, Kelso, and ...
Day 1 - Vancouver, BC - Castle Rock, WA
The wheels of our "swagger wagon" start going round and round at 7 am, as scheduled. At the border, there is a mere forty-five minute wait. We're off to a dream start! The reggae playing on the stereo accentuates our happy groove as we slowly awaken to the fact that our long anticipated road trip is finally happening.
But it only takes until our first rest stop, ...
... or Saturday morning for a weekend of visitation and Sunday worship. It was a good time, a blessed time in our lives and we made many wonderful and dear friends. We remembered times of fun and laughter and also times of tears and sadness that we had shared with these good folk.
Chris Johnson, with his camera ready for some photos, met us as we drove up to and parked at the church at 10:30am. As people started arriving it ...