Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... made it taste wonderful. We planned to go to a Bistro that Cathie and Fred recommended but made dinner here instead. We had a nice red blend wine that we tasted on Friday. Getting things packed up and heading out this morning. Hoping to get some help at Camping world in Boise for our electrical problem. The battery isn't working on the trailer, so if we are not plugged in the fridge or any lights inside the rig doesn't work. We may need to camp ...
... out of the van, not ideal for biking, at least not for us fair weather bikers. It was sunny but the forecast was for 20 mph winds all day; we were in a quandary whether to register for the night and wait to see if the winds died down late in the day or just move on south. In the end we decided to continue south toward Hood River. The Confluence State Park is large and because of the ...
... and probably did at some point) single-handedly build a home from the ground up. Using tools, if needed. He died the summer after I graduated from high school in his mobile home out in Silver Springs. I had been out there just hours earlier, and I remember it feeling very odd that I was one of the last people to have seen him alive.
Yet, here he was, so captured by the figure and presence of my crazy Uncle Earl. ...
... I be missing my friends at home this summer but also our Koi fish and pond. Be VERY careful what you tell Vicki!! LOL She and DH Larry fixed me up with Louie for my birthday. He is a beautiful blue with long red tipped fins, reminds me of our Butterfly Koi. He is so interested in all that goes on around him that I am sure he will gain from his travels. (not!) Will keep you all in the loop.
... two days earlier.
Heading down over the pass, the landscape change was amazing. On the oceanside of the Cascade Mountains, Washinton is almost unbelievably green, like Taranaki, NZ where I grew up, but out of the rain shadow, this area was bone dry with bizarre rock formations. It reminded us of Central Otago in New Zealand.
After help from the incredibly friendly ladies at the information ...