Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and made her feel welcome. You
have an amazing gift for hospitality.
Thank you for filling our plates, not only with food, but also with your
Nazo. You are fearfully and wonderfully made. I see in
your smile a love and gentleness that God has formed in you to bless others.
Bruce, You sent me off with support, prayer and enthusiasm
for God’s plans to prevail.
Sarah, thank you ...
... by Arlen Ness or his son Cory.
FINALLY, after an hour we started the tour. First thing they made us do was to put on funny little paper hats---said it was to protect the jelly beans from OUR hair. Bonna and I made a pact to NOT take each others pictures--but BOY was I tempted. Learning how to make jelly beans actually was pretty fascinating. I won't go into all the details as I don't want to ruin it for those of you that want ...
... the fridge meant eating more of what would spoil: yogurt was made into smoothies, and the main course of lunch became the remainder of our wedding anniversary cake! Delicious!
Then, after checking all the locks, switching cars In the garage and taking the trash out, we were off! We made a stop to get Freebirds burritos and to get Costco gas before heading out of Modesto.
We arrived at Mariko's place to ...
... the Trinidad Inn for finding us a vacancy at the View Crest Motel and Cottages. The cottage was perfect - front porch with an ocean view, a full kitchen and a living room - we stayed for 2 nights. We explored Redwoods National Park - drove the Bald Hills Drive (one of the premiere drives in the park) - found home grown tomatoes at a road side stand in Willow Creek - got a loaf of bread in Arcata - had a late dinner of the best tomatoes and bread ...
... Paul then strapped on his 357 magnum - so we ate wild strawberries as we strolled along the beach in Glacier Bay National Park. On the way back we saw salmon spawning in the Alsek River, rafters camped by Alsek Lake & icebergs in the lake. We returned up the Grand Plateau glacier highway. Back in the Chilkat River Valley Amy suggested going on a moose hunt - we found them - we were looking down on at least ...