Days Inn Corvallis
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... would drive 5 more miles, and so on; to complete 15 miles in about 5 hours or so. Once I'd decided on Dimple Hill, I thought they could walk with me around the first time, we could drive down to Corvallis for lunch, and I would do the second loop alone if they didn't want to come along.
The best laid plans...I had NO idea the route would be SOOOO strenuous! Once we arrived we could see that the trail started uphill. We set out from Chip Ross State Park, then switched to ...
... their last song and moving it down the field. They spun the wheels and then did a wheelie as well. They did have a very good sound, and did a good job of filling the stadium, but the lack of marching really hurts them. Anybody can sound good when they are standing and playing. I will say this, though. For a blowout game in somewhat wet conditions, the band was engaged the entire game. They played a lot in the stands and seemed to ...
... number to a ‘stranger’) and she did call - and Willow gave me her address and I found it easily. We talked for a hour or so-I always enjoy seeing her, even though it is only every 2-3 years. Then back on the road. I had put Bend Oregon into the Nuvi and it took me near Reno and then onto Interstate 80 towards Winnemucca and after almost 30 miles I stopped and put the name in again--and it told me to take the next exit and make a U-turn--and took me the 30 ...
... with purple rhododendron and that stunning rosy pink, standing out like post-it notes against a backdrop thick with evergreens; tall firs and spruce; a Sherwood forest in the heart of town. At my hotel the purple must be ten feet tall at least; the pink is past its prime, time to deadhead soon. I pull dead blooms when I go by; can’t help myself, a habit from the past. On the counter at the restaurant, I spot some rosy pink; a rhodie catalogue, I thought. ...
Well, made it to Salem, OR. Thought the capitol would have something to offer in terms of cultural education. I was wrong. The capitol building was closed Saturdays, so no luck there. Took a stroll around the building and came across a tree planted in 1976 that had gone to the moon as a seed. Pretty cool. Walked around town, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking