Brookside Inn & Suites White City
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... s. They were having an outdoor showing of Bullett at 9:00 but we decided not to go and to crash. Until we were driving around I did not realize that Harry & David were located here. In fact they are the largest employer in the area. We have Cottonwood trees around us with cotton floating around every time the wind blows. <b>SUNDAY 6/15</b>-Happy Fathers Day!!! Today we decided to go to ...
... I just couldn't get myself or even want to go anywhere else at that time. Maybe I was just focused on work while appreciating the easy weekends with the ultimate goal of reaching Vietnam. In no way would going to Mt. Shasta hinder me from reaching that goal, but I just didn't feel like going anywhere. It's something I do feel bad about and will apologize for, but it seemed to make sense at the time. So to any of ...
So that was the first 8 days of the big trip – I know, it seems longer, sorry! I’ll try to make the next blogs shorter.
Now we’re in Oregon, but that's another blog. I'll leave you with this photo just because I like it. ...
... set out. We spent an hour or so looking over the many items associated with this phase of WW2 that are to be found in the museum which once housed the operations centre of this historic airfield. The old control tower is also still there as are some of the buildings and bunkers
involved with the fine tuning of “Fat Man” and “Little Boy”, the two megaton nuclear bombs that resulted in huge carnage amongst the population of those two Japanese cities ...
... but decided it was something we should see. It is another Federal park, so my Senior Pass was good for entrance. We stopped at the visitor's center, got a map and info and set out. We both agree, the first view of Crater Lake is awesome. It is the deepest lake in the US and was created when a volcano erupted and the surrounding mountain could not hold the weight. The top of the volcano remains, and it is ...