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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... of panels, each addressing different aspects of human rights in childbirth, where it becomes clear what’s at stake in this country. The first panel is called 'Persecuted Birth Professionals’ and a group of midwives and doctors share their story about their work and persecution. The stories shared are shocking. Words like felony, homicide, manslaughter and murder are a big part of the vocabulary used. Midwives, who support women to birth their children at home, are ...
Thursday we cruised up towards Clearwater to meet up with John's Navy buddy, Joe. We started with a great breakfast in Palmetto at the Riverside Cafe. A wonderful locals spot. Still a bit windy...oh well!
Went over the bridge to St. Petersburg and up to Clearwater to connect with Joe, check into our hotel for the night and off to some adventures. Explored Dunedin, did a great walk in Honeymoon Park, and then went to the Gulfport Library for a discussion ...
... we go, onto the Santiam Pass. Brian was glad he took off his cool vest. The temps dropped down to 63, about a 30 degree difference from a few short hours ago. It would stay in the sixties until we were nearly home.
From the spot where Hwy 20 and 126 diverge, the elevation is about 3600 feet. Our house is at about 600 feet. It’s amazing how quickly the elevation drops. One of the things we like about Hwy 126 is that you get to see ...
... town and the drivers there are very friendly…meaning they didn't seem to get in a snit just because an RV was taking up some of their road space, and seemed to be happy to wave us on in front of them when we needed to change lanes! Our major stop there involved a bagel (multi-grain and therefore healthy) and (sorry Rita) a custard filled Maple Sugar covered éclair. Life is short (maybe shorter after eating the éclair!) you know!
On up the road, ...
... waving goodbye to Humbolt University where my neice, Alex, spent 2 years in college before transferring to Eastern in Washington). We decide it is a nite for camping (okay, I decide) but first a hike in Redwoods at Quinci's request. We look at the trails at a state park and Quinci suggests the 8.3 mile trek but I tell her it is too long and that is when things start to happen. We set off on a 2.5 mile voyage ...