Days Inn Salem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... couldn’t get a good seal after the oil change, we were in deep doodoo.
Fortunately, they were able to seal it and nothing leaked after running the car on idle for a few minutes, so we were good to go. Both license plate lights were dead too, so we got those fixed.
After chores, we headed east on a twisting highway to Silver Falls State Park, a gorgeous nature preserve with more than 10 waterfalls ...
... and then decided on a walk. First stop was the Farmers Market for asparagus. Well, there is no more this summer! Last week everyone had some and this week not a one! A cache I did not find the other day was right by the marketplace so tried it again—and how could I have not seen it the other day! But this time I did and signed it. Then through the campus (PSU) and down to the waterfront to do a bit more caching. I had to stop at a ...
... to everything, and warmly hosted by Patrice and Annie.
We had a great meal in both cities, and usually could eat well without breaking the bank (but heck, we were in France, so we're supposed to go out and eat), but at times it was a challenge to find simple, farm fresh, healthy food. We found ourselves skipping many restaurants posting menus full of duck, beef, foie gras, lamb, and fancy French sauces and preparation. The baguettes from ...
... needed to receive the signal. No satellite broadcast today so we are at the mercy of Fox Broadcast Network. Yes! It is a nationally broadcast game, so we got to watch the Dodgers LOSE to Boston.
RV parks can be very quiet, not much going on at all. This is true of this park other than the nightly movie in their small movie theater, the Friday ice cream social, and the few kids that are using the pool. This park has an additional feature to enliven ...
... had learned there. (Of course, my first thought was, "Why are you working at Walgreen's if you went to college?" But I didn't ask.) She was watching a toddler run across the store and smiling at his antics, then she said to the woman, "You know, they get their energy from us - that's why we're so tired all the time. That's what I learned in college, I didn't know it before that. Little kids take their energy from their mothers." The whole idea was odd to me - I know kids can zap ...