BEST WESTERN PLUS Mill Creek Inn
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Not too bad. Clean and tidy.
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... enormity of the state of California. We spent days, DAYS, driving in California without reaching another state. It's no wonder you people needed a giant, Austrian, former Mr. Universe to run your state!
Reaching Salem, we checked into the hotel and literally walked next door to b2 Taproom, which had over 30 beers on tap but, sadly, no food. However, true to the Pacific Northwest entrepreneurial spirit, there was a food truck parked outside ...
... 8212;should get meds tomorrow – and that is good as I only have one day left! Arrived at Gary and Sharon’s and they were loading the travel trailer. Around noon they were on their way to at least an 8 day vacation. As the sun began to disappear I did the yard watering-both yards. I enjoy doing that. My tomato plants, that were tiny when I left them here, are about 18 inches and full and bushy. Going to be interesting taking them home in the Subaru! ...
... to be Emerald alley-I don’t recall an alley there! A few more turns and there was my street, and the foliage is big and thick and I barely recognized anything, but did find my house and it looks great! Still the same but now the Cape Cod roof is gone and it really made a big difference. Had it not been so late would like to have talked with the owners. But it is late so on I went. Stopped in Albany for a burger and then on to Don and Anitas. It ...
... west from Prineville over the Cascades through a driving rainstorm. The mountains were socked in so no good photos.
North falls from overlookOvernight we move from camping in deserts for past 8 months to camping in a rain forest. ...
... trip. John bought two pairs of shoes as well. I would call the trip a success.
On the way back south to Corvalis we stopped off in Salem to get a new GPS for John's parents since theirs was getting senile and there is no sales tax in Oregon. While we were at the store John decided that we needed to get a phone... we are now almost functioning members of society again. We have no idea what the number to the phone is because it needs ...