The Inn at Lucky Mud
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
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... was there for that day! That had to be one of the best steaks I have ever had. Nice size, tender, and damn tasty! I even met a 73 year old x-Hell's Angel. He rode with them for 40 years before he had to give it up. Unfortunately, I can't for the life of me remember his name. However, he was there with his drinking buddy of the same age named "Spillit" I kid you not, that was his real name. These guys were hilarious with their "on the road" stories of who ...
... had to put the shells in a pile on the beach. There were rules for the oysters. We didn't have the proper footwear to go out otherwise we might have tried. Oh, so after the mosquito hike, we could have driven back to Beaverton immediately (or after picking up some coffee) but we all had a serious desire to go back to the Crab Pot for dinner. I had more oysters and think I got even more for a take-out meal.
... of firing while pointing a remote trigger for my camera with my other hand.
Matt, Emily, Rich and Larry did a top notch job helping make the fireworks a smashing success.
I remember when 1.3 fireworks were not as good as the World Class and Cutting Edge, 1.4 product is today!
... not only as a seasonal but as a new employee to the company, was rare and that you had to have really good appraisal scores (after each contracts completion, your manager fills out a performance appraisal form with an overall score of how well you did as an employee). This was one contract I REALLY wanted to do yet one that I thought I'd have to wait a while to get. Thank.You.God!
One of the worst things about working as ...
... beef stew and sat under a tree to keep dry. The rain continued during the night. The next morning I tried to salvage everything, but the tent was wet, when I packed it. Before meeting Janis I went to a laundromat to dry towels and bed linen. I was at her house on time, dry and happy to see her, and she suggested that we go to a restaurant called McMenamins, a perfect choice. She works for an outdoors and sports article ...