Days Inn Corvallis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... at our cousins house in Aumsville OR www.aumsville.us … Judy bought the family home and acreage from her mom and dad and now lives there with her mom… We have a spot between the filbert, apple and walnut trees… Often having to trim the trees with our pole saw ...
... that elk were 'wild and unpredictable' so I was a bit scared that one was going to charge the car. We snapped a few pictures and headed on.
The farthest south we got was the Lady Bird Johnson Grove. We made it to the plaque that marked the dedication of the forest. It is hard to believe that people had to fight to protect these trees at one point.
Heading back north we took a scenic loop outside of Klamath that took us along the ocean. We paused at a ...
... So, I headed to Anneliese & Andrew's house for dinner (they always make special veggie dinners for me!) Bonus: Aidann was in town for the weekend and he is my buddy. He's only 7 but he's going on 42. Also he's an "Old School" (we think he means Old Soul when he says that...but who really knows.)
I could write pages and pages about what it's like to spend the evening with one of your closest friends (and her adorable/awesome ...
... Washington. Hanks bike ran great all day although the starter was still acting up and we got to push it around some more. We elected to go to a hotel in Walla Walla as it was the last night before the rally and it turned out to be a good decision as we all got a good nights sleep and were ready for the next ...
... Permanente, then down Lancaster to the gym.
I was a little worried about the weather; dark clouds were trying to gather above me, but the rain didn't come. It was extremely windy and chilly on Cordon, competing with the whoosh of the speeding traffic. I was very aware that spring had arrived - daffodils smiled at me, cherry blossoms greeted me, tulip trees were starting to bud. The Cordon Rd route was completed in 1 hour and 38 minutes - 5.63 miles, ...