The Sands Condominiums
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... Ahead" then "Steep Hill Head - 9% Grade for 9 Miles". At this point we were on the beginning slope and picking up speed in spite of gearing down a bit. Barb had not done many hills so we found a very narrow shoulder and she passed the driving over to me. The hill actually went 14 miles, the first 9 miles at 9% grade, the last 5 miles at 5% grade, no level spots and no emergency pullouts. It was stressful but we made it to the bottom with only the ...
... and Clark's fort). On Sunday we visited Calvary Corvallis church. Their church services are conducted outside in an ampitheater (if weather permits) during the "summer" months. Afterward, they invited us to their BBQ lunch and met some really great people. My mom and aunt (Joanne Good) then joined us in Lincoln City at an RV Park. They are staying in a cabin and we are just across the street in ...
... before any hospitalizations, the real show vegan from across the river.
There they were: the fireworks. It felt like the 4th of July! It was nothing like the fancy pants shows we have in Chicago, but it was nice enough. ...
... done in sneakers and no fog. Note if you follow the link for the falls in this post, the pictures there are exactly what we saw minus the guy who really took them.
Since 1974 Portland Saturday Market has been a fun place to visit on weekends in the city to search for works from local artists and artisans, listen to music, eat ethnic food, and just enjoy the vibe of the city. My ...
... and also further out there were a lot of colonies of different types of birds. And of course there was a lighthouse (which we decided not to line up to climb the stairs to the top).
After a quick stop at Fred Meyer to pick up some new sunnies (mine were hanging onto their last days after a crack in the frame) and some other provisions, we made our way to the Rogue Brewery in Newport. This was a really ...