Rodeway Inn Willamette River
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the RV down the row…Judy does a good job of being hostess even though our RV is self contained… It’s almost like being in a B&B! And, always good company.
We needed to catch up with some friends in Woodland WA Woodland Washington, and then get a ...
... to see if there were any whales in the distance. The only thing we ended up seeing was a farm house that was actually a disguised radar operation during WWII. No whales today. The drive was again pretty though. We could have spent days there and still not gotten sick of seeing the huge trees.
Right before we were about to run out of gas we spotted a sign for a redwood that you can drive your car through. Just in case, we decided to get gas first and then drive ...
... it might be the last one for a long time. Luckily, she knows how much I love her and I know how much she loves me, because she reminds me all the time. She is one of the most thoughtful people I have ever known. We stayed up late and watched "How to lose a guy in 10 days" because...Matthew McConaughey. And Andrew watched it with us (mostly he watched sports on his phone, but still, he stuck with us to the end.)
And then, sweet ...
... I 5 where we fund the rally site and were soon set, but not without the obligatory search for a better place, which resulted in winding up within 50 feet of where we started. Once we were set up, we had dinner at the rally and settled in for the duration. I have posted some pictures from both Tuesday and Wednesday as we were in a Seminar all day on Wednesday and did not get much in the way of ...
... mile, Mozart and Joni Mitchell both slow me down some; when I listen to Katie Perry's "Firework" or Kenny Loggin's "Footloose", however, I find my feet out of my control as the music surges through me. If I were more confident that I wouldn't sprain my ankle or fall I would dance down the road! I like to use Perry and Loggins to get me up hills or at the end of a particularly long stretch, they do the trick quite nicely. I can still hear the 'Run ...