Best Western Pacific Highway Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So I was traveling through the Washington area and took a small detour up the mountain for lunch. It was a beautiful drive and I often found myself pulling over to get out of the truck to look at different areas.Too bad it was such a short time there. will have to go back again when more time permits, and before she blows her ...
... Too bad, before they sold to this guy it was great. Greasy, cold rack of ribs- tasteless and dry. Bad service and all- salad, bread drinks and main dish all arrived at same time and then they rushed us to finish and leave.
May 5, 2015 Tuesday-The phone rang at 7 am! Kristin telling us that Maxie is in the hospital and may have 3 months left to live!! (he died a few days later) A few house things and 3 games of pool-I won 1 and lost one with ...
... 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. ...
... since we drove through Hart Mountain in southern Oregon.
When I finally uncovered the bikes in the back I dust and dirt just flowed out.
Gee, these bikes are made to be ridden in the rain. So let's get out the hose and wash them off to begin. I disconnect the main water hose from the RV, add some length, and a nozzle then proceed to hose them down top to bottom.
I take them all off ...
... local streets are safe.
The first days of a democracy are always tricky. When we look back at our own history, there were similar clashes, battles, wars, deaths, bloodshed. Of course, we were not around to witness it, but our ancestors were. Their military didn't have bulldozers to flatten protest tents, but people were killed in the name of freedom.
Personally, I've never understood the need to resort to violence. Especially in this ...