Kelty Estate Bed and Breakfast
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Today I pretty much spent the entire day shopping and getting some great bargains. I'm not a big shopper and will skip shopping at the best of times but Portland is the perfect place to shop in the US and the city has no sales tax, so you save 10% on all shopping. The city is mapped out perfectly with streets running numerical from north to south and alphabetical from east to west. So simple. After spending the day grabbing great bargains, we went to the underdogs bar, ...
... years later. Spirit Lake was filled with tree trunks so much that the lake rose 200 feet! Then drove to Salem, Oregon, the state capitol. We took a tour and climbed 121 steps to the top. Our weather has been gorgeous at low ...
... 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 ...