Best Western Windsor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Sunday, August 9, 2015. PCT day112. Miles 1737-1762 I was supposed to wake up by 5am today but slept in till 5:45. Either way I was out hiking by 07:15. I was able to do 25 miles. The terrain was relatively easy with minimal elevation losses or gains. The weather was nice with partly cloudy skies and highs in the high 70s. With these temps, I can hike 15 miles with taking a ...
... the fabrics themselves when the perfect color or pattern can't be found on any shelf. After the show ends, costumes might be deconstructed and the parts recycled, or the entire production's costumes might be rented out to schools and theater groups from OSF's new costume rental facility in the nearby town of Talent, OR.
... firm, and let others pass as they needed.
In spite of crazy drivers, steep grades, and cats who were crying from the effects of sharp elevation changes to their ears, we made it through. At one point, we noticed a young girl in an older Honda Civic speeding past us along the winding roads. We were worried, but let her pass. Two miles down the road we reached the bottom of a slope and saw her car. It had spun out of control and slammed into the traffic ...
... had a couple of cups of joe with a piece of veggie frittata. I sat outside flipping through my new food magazines, purchased yesterday at the book store, planning a menu for dinner. Andy eventually met me with the dog and we walked through Lithia park. A beautifully designed park with walkways meandering along a creek. Lots of shade, unusual foliage, and deer couple with ...
... their slopes, but in the end they fell as they always do. Don't get me wrong just because hills are pretentious little *****es doesn't mean that they can't do some damage and today those 8 little *******s with their smoky hills left a mark on me. I climbed 3/4 of the way up to the summit of Crater Lake today to be greeted by lines waiting to get camping spots at Manama Village CG. I was so tired I just figured I drag my bike in the woods and ...