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... a PB in the 100 and followed that up by jumping 7-47m in the Long Jump, a new Championship record for the Decathlon. Cassie Simmons in the Heptathlon also ran a PB in her hurdles, a good start for the team.
We were sitting up in the IAAF President's box, meaning we had seats in the main strait just near the finish line and were given cushions rather than sitting on the wooden board seats. We saw Seb Coe there and several other faces we knew. Our girls ...
... home we have a relaxing couple of hours cleaning up a spilled cup of hot coffee and an entire bowl of dog food! Our big blockhead Lab, Molly seemed to make sure she got in the way much more than usual. She hung her head at the rare scolding she received. She is a very good girl 99.99% of the time and all is forgiven.
Tomorrow we are heading up to Salem for four nights, then to Silverton.
OK, enough of the babble- back to scrubbing the carpet.
... the complimentary breakfast, as provided by the resort owners, and it was mighty fine. We each had blueberry pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausages/bacon and coffee. A perfect start to the day. We drove in to Eugene to check out the Saturday Market. It was an eclectic offering of foods and crafts. There was nothing that really jumped out at us, though we did have some lovely pasties and a huge cookie for an early lunch. The real attractions were the ...
... and Jennifer Kamel (VBAC Facts founder). I sneak in at the Birth Revolution screening of the documentary about Gene Sharp but get nauseous by seeing a glimpse of the violence of one of the protests filmed and decide to go for a walk, looking for the dinner group who got out to VoodooDonuts. Instead of finding it and have a donut, I get ‘lost’. But there’s nothing I love more then getting lost in a city I don’t know… I end up finding the ...
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Jim: "Three years ago we stayed at Woodburn RV Park just 10 miles from Salem, Oregon on the left side of the road."
June: "How the heck do you remember that? We only stayed for a night or two and we've been at so many parks."
Jim: "And, we drove into Salem and bought our first Net 10 phone at Walmart."
June: "Look, there's Woodburn RV Park and you're correct - it is on the left side of ...
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