La Quinta Inn Wilsonville
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... nothing to park in it! And tonight I got a good nights sleep!
August 17th-Friday- I was up early but not by choice. Sometime in the night I must have grabbed my water bottle for a drink and fell back to sleep before putting it back on the ice chest! When I woke around 6 and reached for the water, it was not there, so rolled back over in bed----and found the empty bottle and a sleeping bag full of water! What a mess; tried to sleep and keep dry but quickly ...
... there was a wonderful rainbow with its colours so clearly visibe. I said them aloud to Denis -- Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet.... Roy G. Biv, the things we remember, eh?
The River Park along Portland's downtown was decorated with a fair and three military ships were docked alongside as well. Denis said they looked like our frigates...Rose Festival must be on.... Sure enough google ...
... peony plants are available for purchase. We ship bare-root peonies to customers across the country in the fall. We enjoy sharing God’s exquisite creation, the peony, with you.”
Now, here’s a place I have to go, I’m thinking, as I search the page for “open” hours. Aha! A Peony Volkswalk, Saturday, June 2. I mark it down.
The parking lot at Adelman’s was nearly full; people here to walk; people here ...
... Bank Building, the first steel and concrete fire-resistant building in Salem, was built by J P Rogers in 1909, and included all the latest banking conveniences.
The Court Street Dairy Lunch was Salem’s first “fast food” restaurant, opened by Glen Morris in 1929; the Bayne building at 335 State Street once housed a bakery and the Little King Restaurant; the O K Barber Shop shared half the building. Also on State ...
... donut is a small voodoo donut man, kind of gingerbread man shaped, filled with jam and complete with pretzel stick for you to stab and create your own curses, if you knew anyone with green skin who looked like a pudgy stick insect :D. Their company slogan is ‘Good things come in pink boxes’ and for a special occasion you can buy a large wooden coffin filled with one hundred assorted donuts to feed to your guests.
The donuts are stashed in ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility