BEST WESTERN PLUS Prairie Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... that served as ANOTHER time waster. Our desserts arrived at 3:53 and were PROMPLY demolished by 3:59. We carried our check out and paid the front staff. Back on the road at 4:15. Wow. We had planned another hike up to a falls above Multnomah, but given the time, there was no way we’d be able to finish the hike (it had a fairly moderate elevation gain, well above the girls threshold which has been well documented so far this ...
... gorgeous. It was a very dark drive under the canopy...like they say "in the pines, where the sun never shines". But wow, it was amazing. Jeff started to hit the proverbial wall 20 miles outside of our rv site whilst winding our way through the last of the tree topped mountains. We settled into what was our favorite site so far. The kiddos played in the river for a bit until we lost our sun then it was off to beddie bye. Next morning was as easy as it could ...
... and later time. We went to the shower at the church at the real time, and it was pretty fun. Clara, Leila, and Melva did end up coming, but only for a short while. Dad made us come to St. Vinnie's to look at, and get, a tennis racket and a walker for camping shelves. We all came home, and Grandma and Grandpa were there. We had a light supper, and went to ...
... right away, regardless of the mass of people and was able to keep it throughout the race. One mile came quickly and I was feeling good, bobbing and weaving among the sea of green, finding a hole here and there to slide through. Mile two came more easily than expected and soon I was at 2.5, looking for the water table. Up the hill and over the top, around the corner to the last stretch. All the while, I was texting Scarlet to discover she ...
... traffic (which were miraculously open) at a right angle to get to the toll booth that would take our money. And then we sent up several prayers of thanks!