Hilton Garden Inn Eugene / Springfield
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... They are being handcuffed and their homes are being raided by large groups of armed policemen with dogs. Imagine this would happen in Holland...
So what’s the difference between the Netherlands and the United States? Why is it okay for us to be home birth midwives and do they have to hide themselves and/or their midwifery equipment being a home birth midwife in the US? It’s such a complicated question and an even more complicated situation. Every state here ...
... control (ATC).
The landing and overflight permit process for foreign countries will be largely be the same as for my RTW flight. I will enlist the help of an agent (Skyplan) to obtain these permits since it is relatively inexpensive and saves a lot of hassle compared to doing it myself. On my RTW flight I was never delayed because permits weren’t ready on time (except once when there was confusion about my departure ...
... death wish decided to play “dodge the BMW”. Several were triumphant and you could see them in the rear view mirror, raising their hands triumphantly and yelling “I WON!”. Two of them did not win. Dana watched them flip into the air, something like tiddlywinks.
Also, on this trip, there have been three bird encounters of the close kind. All three happened to Brian. The birds flew so close that he was able to tell ...
... classy and the service exceptional. and the Ballynahinch Castle was stunning, both inside and out, if they didn't have a recent hatch of biting midges the stay would have been perfect.
... the winding 101 Highway south along the coast. We pass amazing vistas, beaches, wilderness and sleepy towns.
Newport, a commercial port with tacky gift shops passes by. Then Yachats, wild Cape Perpetua, and Heceta Head Lighthouse. All the time the ocean is churning below and the rugged coast line reveals beaches, bays and cliffs.
We stop at the Sea Lion Caves, where we descend (in an elevator) through ...