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... houses, and artsy places. People out just walking around, many --like me--with dogs. I saw bowls of water for dogs outside some shops. What really struck me the most was how people weren't afraid to smile, say hello, or pet a dog. Its so refreshing, after being in the big cities in Arizona for so many years, where people are generally a little tough and crabby. It seems that people are happier here. Maybe they're
happier just because the summer is about to ...
... coffee. I believe the young lady next to me is uncomfortable with my presence. Maybe I should put my pants back on! Just kidding. No talking on this flight I guess! Hey that's actually good coffee. I'm guessing I'm looking out over Nevada or Utah right now. Not much to look at. Pretty desolate and flat. Maybe I wrote too soon. We're flying over a canyon that looks cool, though I can't see the river down inside it. Everything ...
... It is a difficult course to play apparently. The subs are $2200 a year so you need to be keen. Under 18's can play for free after 3pm provided they are with an adult, and you see them out playing until near dark. There are also wild deer roaming the fairways and they have had a cougar make an appearance as well. Tomorrow we are going up to a ski resort where you can go up the mountain on the chair lift. That should be ...
... sign: "ROAD CLOSED"!!! Ahh.. well.. so we drove back to the main road where we luckily at least found a rapid with a pretty decent waterfall which we took some pictures of. As we were shooting the fall a we met a nice american couple that had flown in from california to hike in the area. As we told them we were on our way Las Vegas they gave us alot of tip to where to eat in Vegas. Then it was time to find a motel for the night and we drove on the town "Bend" where ...
... back on the 101 and to the scenic drive called the Avenue of the Giants. Apparently, I am at the stage in my life where I now choose the scenic route over the most direct. That said, I am glad I did. Within the Humbolt Redwoods State Park, the avenue weaves its way through the bases of the largest trees I have ever seen. Sunlight barely reaches the forest floor giving the whole thing an eerie Ewok / Avatar feel. Of course we stopped and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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