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... about the local area and its history. After we got back in the car it was onward to Cape Arago State Park and its famous lighthouse. The drive out to the Cape was beautiful and looked like something right out of Middle Earth in The Lord of The Rings; just unbelievably green and magical. We pulled off the road at an area with a lookout spot and stepped right into 53 degree weather! We were greeted with the distant sounds of what we learned were male California sea lions who ...
Just to start things off, I would like to write down some things I like about America. This is not an exhaustive list, in fact it is very random, and a list-in-progress. But I do like: the friendliness of most Americans; car pool lanes; grid street layouts; Safeway cards; and how you get given water automatically without any fuss in restaurants.
What I am currently finding perplexing are American crossroads - especially the big and ...
... least until the water shoots high into the sky). It makes the Glenelg fountain look weak, as much fun as that is! We left there at about 2.00pm and headed south, the beginning of our trip back to California.
Another must see as we headed south was Mount Saint Helens. Most of us remember when it erupted violently in May 1980, although I must confess that I had not remembered when but got the info off the information boards. We arrived at ...
... on motel TVs (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Man_v._Fo od , or http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LnVK3fdP kuo), which basically involves some bloke undertaking every food challenge there is to undertake in the US (Henry, if you're reading this, the Cheeburger Cheeburger 1 pound burger challenge is NOTHING compared to what this guy does. Everybody else: Henry ate a one pound burger when he was like 12 at the Sanibel Island branch ...
Saturday begins with a more leisurely breakfast for Theo. There are naps for Theo. And we are off shopping - first stop at Home Depot with a list of things to get. Theo checks out all the signs and loves the lighting section. Then we go to Whole Foods for some groceries and lunch at their healthy deli. Theo plays indoors with his toys and especially his lawnmower walker. Later in the day we go to the park area for Theo to play outdoors.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center