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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We spent the next few days unwinding, cleaning, and making arrangements to take the trailer back to the dealer for service. (Fridge wasn't secured, power port wasn't secured, and other little things were not correct and discovered on the road.)
Now, planning our next adventure! Will it be the to the coast for beachcombing or the high desert for rockhounding?
... Phil and his cousin Dick died today. I am glad it is over for him.
July 13th –Monday-Up and picked the blueberries before breakfast—then washed clothes, leaving me in my bathrobe till they were washed and dried. And finally dressed. The computer/internet guy arrived to try again to fix the constantly interrupted and turned off/on internet. He was not having any luck- kept telling us it was now working but we would show him, in ...
... of it, both standing in the street waving to me!! Gave him his phone, said goodbyes again and I headed home. I did some house stuff and then at 9 drove to the swap for a couple of things I wanted-but the booths I needed were shut down for the summer. Home for a brief nap, and spent the rest of the day doing a few things to get ready for my trip to Oregon. It is hard to pack for 3 months and I know I will forget some essential thing!
... and Lily just a few months older than he, Lyla with Ellie and Nate. Sarah pulled up a chair next to Gpa, hand on his arm, and talked with him for hours. He came in and out of awareness and asked her 4 times why she didn't have a boyfriend. Finally, she asked him why he didn't have a girlfriend. She was attentive with his needs, making sure he was comfortable and not hungry or thirsty. The two of them at times were ...
... Just by looking at it I would have said that the pool was at least 10 ft deep. The water was clear and as a result ended up reflecting back a cyan color. It looked a lot like the waters from Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park. Once we had reached the pool we had stopped for lunch, the entire time looking at the pool and the small canyon that had formed from the relentlessness of Opal Creek. Our way back was uneventful, except for the rain. ...