The Inn At Crippen Creek Farm
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
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... tamales. If you have never had tamales, you don't know what you're missing. We ate lunch at her house and stuffed as many tamales down as we could, especially me. Hey, you never know where your next tamale is coming from! We then drove around sightseeing in tiny Toledo, WA. I shouldn't make fun cause it was bigger than I expected.
That evening, we went and had dinner at a local watering hole called "The Lone Fir". It was steak night and man am I ...
... except for the mosquito bite welts.
We stopped in Long Beach twice that day. We tried to go to some place recommended in a guidebook for lunch but for some reason, it was going to work out. So we ended up at a place called the crab pot where I had oysters. Ah, we had also stopped at a place near Oysterville on the bay side that had a public oyster picking place and people could get oysters ...
... product available from Jake's Fireworks.
The firing system we used was a Cobra Wireless Firing System which gave me the opportunity to be far enough away from the fireworks to do a first . . . take pictures of my own fireworks while still being in control of the pace of the fireworks tapping Rich Bader on the shoulder for each next "step" . . ...
Checked my email last night and was brought to tears within seconds. I probably re-read that email 8 more times just to make sure I had read the offer correctly. I immediately accepted after running up to Mike in the living room, doing my happy dance (yes, there's a dance) and shrieking "I GOT THE AUSTRALIA CONTRACT!!!!"
The past few contracts I've done, most of the permanent staff let me know that getting the ...
... needed haircut. I went back over to Cascade Locks. A smiling Vietnamese woman, Tiffany (Tif-An-Hu or something like it in Vietnamese?) provided the service.
Once again I had decided to change camp. This time I went to another state campground close to Lake Estacada. Perfect setting, absolutely no outside noise. The only problem was that it started raining Thursday evening. I had already barbecued my corn cob, heated my ...
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