La Quinta Inn Bend
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we were at a scenic bridge that jutted out halfway over the river, overlooking a good stretch. It was the most beautiful place I had ever been to. It was indescribable, and I tried to take it all in as best I could. The river, the clouds, the trees, all contributed to a place that I will never forget. I even got to satisfy that adventure itch, take of my shoes, roll up my jeans, and explore the river. It was beautiful, and it was at ...
... that rival CA's and OR's.
3. Maine is Beautiful.
4. Vermont is Beautiful.
5. New England is Beautiful in general.
6. Southern Hospitality is not real.
7. Northern Hospitality is.
8. New Mexico is Sketchy.
9. A mother's love has a frighteningly real ability to track her son.
10. Every United State in America has something pretty awesome to offer.
11. College towns are surprisingly expensive.
... did not last long as competitive leagues realized that Afro-Brazilians and mulatos exhibited a natural talent for the game and therefore needed them to win games.
Before long, football/soccer became the people’s game, no matter the color of the skin or social status. Brazilians took to the sport with passion and an unusual style that would come to be known as the "Jogo Bonito" or the Beautiful Game. But despite the flowering ...
Kula decided we should go camping in Bend, Oregon because he loves campgrounds and all the potential goodies he can find at neighboring campsites! And, he chose Tamalo State Park because it's on the Deschutes river!
QUOTE OF THE DAY: When are we going to get there!
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D-Day: June 6th, 1944
Retracing the steps of August (Gus) Walter Schlepp Project.
Gus, born in Jordan, Montana on August 4th, 1923
Project start date: January 31st 2011 – Travel date: June 20th 2013
The idea of this project is to first honor my father-in-law, Gus Schlepp for his courageous service in the US Army during the Second World War. An in depth interview with Gus yields ...