Daybreak Haven B&B
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of course lions, tigers and bears. The animals all looked very happy and well cared for. We even saw pink flamingo and a porcupine wandering around. I definitely think the highlight for all of us was getting to feed the animals right out of our hands. At least until the giant bird with the pointy beak wanted to get in our car. We left ...
... a Portland Merimba band called Kukuva. They played lively African music including The Lion Sleeps Tonight and had fabulous talent and energy. The sun was out and though there was a cool wind it was very pleasant and warm in the sunshine. Tully had prepared a picnic lunch of tuna and cheese sandwiches with a Zinfandel to wash it down and we met several of their friends. We spent a pleasant 2 hours enjoying the music, the people and the ...
... by trees, stumps, and bushes, so they felt fairly private. Even with the trees that had been cut down, it wasn't really satellite-friendly, so we decided we'd move on the next day - looking for a site that was a full hook-up and that allowed us to get Direct TV.
... opted for some taffy and I went into absolute bliss with kahlua crunch ice cream. The owner gave me a taste of salt caramel, which is their best seller. Then I spied blackberry ice cream. After a small taste of that I’ll definitely be back for more. When we lived in Oregon we loved blackberry ice cream.
We took a drive down to the dunes to see what a spectacle it was, and sure enough, another trip with a camera will be on our agenda. ...
... have discovered that if I didn’t write it down or take pictures along the way, than the memories fade away.
I hope that along the way, that maybe I will inspire others to do the same thing, and catch the travel bug much like I have. In addition, maybe you found the commentary of my trip and adventures to be enjoyable. If so, I would love to hear from you and your thoughts. Until my next trip, I’ll see you all in the funny ...