Best Western Grants Pass Inn
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My parents don't stop, they are amazing... like the bees in the lavender, they never stop... their garden is a marvel... after watering a bit and moving things around, he grilled some meat and we ate dinner while they are watching basketball play offs.
Tomorrow I am off to Corvallis for a mini reunion with amigos from Oregon State University back to the Gap on Monday.
Life is good!
... to my 'rents.
They had already had lunch, and had never heard of pupusas... so it was all good... I scored!
Then it was like Christmas as all the books and things I have sent via Amazon where waiting... moved everything over to the new IPad thingy, and gave ...
... Gold Bluff Beach"....I tell Justin, they must be down there! Let's go! So we set out on an unpaved, uphill road in the Corolla.....this was maybe not my brightest idea, I admit.....but we kept going....it felt like 10 miles of unpaved rutted out narrow winding riad until we got to a kiosk to enter the park.....for which we waited in line and paid $8. We thought, this beach must be spectacular or else no one would make that drive. WRONG! LOL, it was surely nothing special and crowded ...
... through the US we now enjoyed their card holders discounts which were sometimes quite big. On top of that we rate Safeway supermarkets well ahead of their Walmart competition, the former being generally better laid out, cleaner, with
slicker check outs and a far wider selection of food items. That said, we still haven’t tracked down Marmite in either company’s stores! We will persist. Weird, especially as many of the Walmarts list Marmite on their web sites, ...
... t worry, this doesn’t turn into a ramble about Christianity, because Harry wasn’t any normal Christian. He was a Molokan, commonly recognized by experts as a cult of Christianity. But he was so interesting that I decided not to stop at my first destination, Eugene, but continue to Medford, on the border between Oregon and California, to extend the discussion. Without exploiting our conversation too much, Harry was at a turning point, and had begun to notice that ...