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... For lunch it was off to another cafe recommended by Peter, the Agate Alley Bistro. Very nice looking place. Their clam chowder was excellent but our main courses were not what we were expecting. I ordered ravioli and Fletcher, gnocchi. When they came the ravioli was large triangles looking more like lasagne while Fletcher's gnocchi was one very large roll of pasta. It was OK but not quite what we thought we were having.
The evening session was again ...
... wasn't cleared, and slick slush was everywhere. We missed the first few turns we needed to take and ended up in a parking garage to calm our nerves and figure out the area. It turns out that we were really only a mile or so from where we needed to be. Slowly, we drove out of the garage and used the tire grooves cut into the snow from previous cars to arrive at our destination. Day 10 on the road meant we were just about out ...
... to east Oregon.
Sweet Home, pop. 8925 souls, is a result of the merger of two towns in 1874, Buckhead, named after a saloon that displayed a set of elk antlers, and Mossville that developed with a store and a post office. The Santiam Wagon Toll Road was opened in 1865. The road extended from Sweet Home Valley across Santiam Pass in the Cascades and on to Camp Polk near Sisters to the east. It was a vital means of supplying livestock and goods ...
... walked up. He has also developed a habit of smiling when he gets in trouble. What's the response to that, beyond superhuman self-restraint? I don't want to negatively report on him too frequently as he'll hopefully read this one day. Son, we love you! You're 3! You do lots of awesome things too, like hugging your sister and telling smiling strangers that the trains in Eugene are "really horny." Mel is sick as a dog. I can't stand to hear her voice, ...
... the differences, is this how midwives should be treated?
The next panel shows us how mothers are affected by the threat of sanction against midwives for supporting birth choices. The voice of mothers is so strong and each one of them shares their own story where different basic issues are being addressed. Without the voice of the mothers there is no discussion, when it comes to childbirth and the choices made in regard to that. So let the mothers speak on their behalf. ...
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