Kelty Estate Bed and Breakfast
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Drove up to Windy Ridge View point to view Mt St Helens . The name is perfect; extremely windy!! (see photo). It is an amazing ride passing the remnants left when Mt St Helens erupted in 1980. It is still amazing to see the ...
- Left the house at 8am
- Drove for about 4 1/2 hours and then stopped in Yreka for gas
- Picked up a sandwich and drink at the gas station for lunch
- Started on the road again at 1pm
- Drove for another 4 1/2 hours and stopped in Corvallis for gas
- Drove for 1 1/2 hours and then arrived in Portland at around 7pm
- Ate dinner at Mcdonalds
- Parked at a Walmart and slept in my ...
... coincidence, the town we had stopped in for a cup of tea a few miles down the road was called Elkton - wonder where the name came from?
We arrived in Newport in time for lunch, but didn't think we would find anything to eat. Newport is a fishing port, and boy, can you smell it! We eventually stumbled across a pub selling 'garden burgers' amongst other delights, and they weren't too bad. Our attractive hotel was some way away from the port area, but ...
... a regular lenses is strange. I only wear them for reading but now must remember to take them off when I am through. Things are a bit hazy out there!!! Watered the lawn Wed and finished this morning. This 90+ degree weather is really ******* the flowers and lawns. Elly is well now, and very demanding. She has taken to sleeping with me. Not much room on a futon for the 2 of us!
July 11, 2014 Friday---I didn’t sleep at all last night, so hung ...
... was inside. Having just read about geocaching in fun book about maps, I was curious about the whole phenomenon.
Apparently someone hides a, hopefully, watertight container, often a tupperware type, somewhere which contains a ...