Lake Natoma Inn
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- Pets allowed
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... dog: Charlotte
Laziest cat in the house: Mr. Beans
Best food I ate today: Lucky charms
Name a movie from this weekend: Waterboy. Yep, Waterboy. Getting ready for Foosball season
Well, that worked ok - I preloaded the questions into my blog and then answered them on my iphone.
I could pre-create a page for each place we are going to visit and then add to it as we are traveling. Oooh! I wonder ...
... break out the camera and did not get pictures with them. We were invited to spend another night on our way home next month, so hopefully we can get some then.
It was a wonderful evening and we tipped the fun scale over the top. Being wonderful hosts, Earlynn fixed us a great breakfast of biscuits, gravy, eggs and sausage before we left the new morning.
Heading to Las Vegas to spend time with Eric and family
... next plane was and headed for it. They were calling our name over the PA, telling us to get to the gate as the plane was leaving. We ran to the gate and were the last ones on the plane.
We were supposed to have a 2 hour layover in London, but the second plane was late. When we arrived in London, we found out that we had to go thru security again. We ended up going thru 3 different security areas ...
... br> 20 mph speed limits in Oregon Coast towns
Drivers seeing a sign that reads "End 40 mph Zone", and actually slowing down to 30 mph!
We had an amazing 30 day adventure. Although we are happy to be home we will certainly miss our condo on wheels. Thank you all for following us. We hope you enjoyed our blog as much as we did.
Signing off ---
Lance, Marianne and Roxie
... Dave Klingensmith, told him about the Journey across the USA, the 50 Capital Cities quest. “Come out and see my Scion,” I said. He did; we got a lot of pictures, with his camera and with mine. “I’m putting this on Facebook,” he said. “This is quite a feat.” Dave Lundgaard was there too, he’s the Internet Fleet Manager at Maita. He grabbed a Toyota magazine for me, told me ...