BEST WESTERN Wilsonville Inn & Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... said we needed to be ready to leave by 1pm! I finished my ironing, dressed and at 12:30 we were headed north about 45 minutes for a birthday party for Anita’s 50 year old GRANDSON! A nice place in the country and 30+ people. A GREAT meal - the very best baked beans, potato salad and BBQ ribs! Plus many other dishes. She said this was first beans and potato salads she had ever made! Excellent!! We arrived back home after 6. Phil called almost immediately. ...
... lunch. After lunch, I collected eggs and washed them, and calling it a day. Sadly, tomorrow seems to be more rain, so that won't be too much fun. I did some EMT reading after work. Later in the evening, I watched Goldfinger, and play a best out of three series of pool, with Sai. Sadly I lost, but it was fun, and hopefully, we will play again ...
... American Continent. While the largest in Oregon it, the Capital is Salem and only has a small population.
We were driven by our bus around Portland and saw many fine bridges.Otherwise it seems similar to many cities around this size. We did visit the Portland World famous Rose Gardens and while it is almost the end of the season there were plenty of colourful and beatiful roses on display. The smell of the flowers was ...
... quietly as the beginning of our set clashed with the end of Robert Plant’s show (Who’s he anyway?) but it picked up momentum as waves of people began to head over to the strangely named “intergalactic dance tent” where we were exhibiting our intergalactic folk music.
Goodbye High Sierra Festival, Seattle here we come. USA! USA! USA! USA!
More news tomorrow-- check the pictures below taken by the wonderful Masha Korovkina.
... oxide taken from the earth, thus very economical. The most sought after, however, were the more brilliant reds made from vermilion or mercury sulfide, afforded by only the experienced masters. As we all probably didn’t know, vermillion is an opaque red pigment prepared from the mineral cinnabar, ...