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Evergreen Air Museum in McMinnville Oregon is one of those undiscovered gems in the rough for many people. It is growing daily and if you are ever in the area--it would be worth your time to schedule some time there. A day is NOT too much, but even just a few hours will be worth your time. ...
... you are in our lives. Not just glad, but truly grateful that we have a community so full of such warm and loving, supportive and amazing people.
It is our hope that in 2013, you and your families will have chances to do the things that make you all happy, to grow and learn and open up to the miracles of life and this world, wherever you may be and whatever you may do. Many blessings to you all!
Love and Respect,
... number to a ‘stranger’) and she did call - and Willow gave me her address and I found it easily. We talked for a hour or so-I always enjoy seeing her, even though it is only every 2-3 years. Then back on the road. I had put Bend Oregon into the Nuvi and it took me near Reno and then onto Interstate 80 towards Winnemucca and after almost 30 miles I stopped and put the name in again--and it told me to take the next exit and make a U-turn--and took me the 30 ...
... friends at the end.
One of the photos is of a painting depicting the injured plane and the geman fighter pilot escort.
I thought this was a great true story .
We had a great day and recommend this museum but allow the whole day.
The museum has a swim centre with a full size 747 on the roof of the building with waterslides coming out of the wing and out of the back of the plane so cool! Have a look at the photos of the plane on the roof.
... deer, beaver, and many species of birds and fish. Let’s talk about fish, and that statue of former Oregon governor Tom McCall, standing by the Willamette River in Salem’s Riverfront Park.
The 10-foot high bronze statue shows a fisherman in wader boots, fly rod in one hand and his catch – a steelhead – in the other. He appears to be emerging from the water with a determined but very ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking