La Quinta Inn Wilsonville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... was in time for a great chicken salad that Don concocted with everything imaginable in it, even blueberries. It was very good and he had made a very big bowl, but we ate almost all of it along with some hot biscuits. Phil called and we finally made contact long enough to talk. Or in my case, to listen!
July 27th-Sunday—I didn’t get up till around 9:30, ate no breakfast-just a cup a tea and then did my overdo laundry!! Around ...
... br> We head back to the cars and drive a bit further along the highway to a town called Cascade Locks and find a playground for the kids to have a play at. I’m feeling quite tired, so I take the opportunity to have a rest while the kids continue to run around and play. Where do they get the energy?
After having a rest myself and letting the kids burn even more energy, we have to head back. But I’m loving the ...
... slightly inland to the state park called Humboldt and our campsite for the night. This park is full of redwood pine trees, 3/4 of the worlds tallest trees are found here. And man are they huge! We could not see the top of them when we looked up, 2000 years old! We drove into the camp site, as directed by a lovely gentleman who volunteers in the park, and started setting up when we noticed a deer and its three littleys following in toe! ...
... very evening. And that started our 46 year and going strong relationship. By the way, I still have that lucky charm ski hat stowed away!
It was with the same sort of serendipity that Harvey & I were able to repay Stu. The three of us were on an Oregon road trip together in 2010, hiking along a path with some very large tree trunks that always catch my attention. I was trying to figure out how to take a photo of the tree and ...
... was accidentally killed in a logging accident. It is surrounded by houses except for a locked boat ramp. We squeezed in a photo and travelled South toward Portland. Along the way we decided to go to Mt St Helens. A 2 hour round trip plus photo ops. It was a lovely thing to do. Not long on the access road we saw a deer on the road and Bigfoot. The final 7 kms was closed but we saw lots along the way. The highlight for the kids ...