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... next to the office. He is not to be confused with the internet guru. He knows nothing about my dealings with the internet guru, doesn't want to know and does not want to help at all.
So much for coming back in the morning and reserving our site. As a hedge against NOT getting site #5 or any other Jil made out all of the paperwork, wrote a check to cover the next 3 nights and deposited envelope into the slot in the office door. Done ...
... game to kick us off than the single A match up between the mighty Eugene Emeralds (San Diego Padres feeder club) and The Boise Hawks (Chicago Cubs feeder club). The game itself was not the greatest and ended with us leaving after two hours with the game still in the bottom of the 3rd. Yes you read that right baseball fans 2 hours and they are still in the 3rd inning, I would not be surprised if the game is still going on now! Note to all my gambling friends out ...
... soccer stadium thanks to Kevin and Dee, Trent's in-laws. And the spread put on by Trent and Dee was fantastic! The frame of reference for tailgating is Penn State for Jason and Florida State for Janell, so all tailgating will be compared to those to schools in the mid-90's. Oregon gets pretty good marks. Rating: 7 of 10.
The Game - Not much was expected from a game against Fresno State, but it was actually a ...
... 8220;Hello sir” to Dana and she said “Hi!” in her obviously female voice. “Oh, sorry ma’am!” Hmm, Dana wonders if she rides like a man? A compliment?
He walked past her and headed for Brian. They had a polite conversation along the lines of “do you know how fast you were going”… “75?”… “well I clocked you at 71… license, registration and proof of ...
... to visit sites that are hundreds of years older than the US has been in existence. And we visited such sites almost every day during our visit.