McMenamins Hotel Oregon
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... super sweet hot chocolate, served by an expat and watched a film about the building: one of Roosevelt's New Deal, built and furnished by locals. On the way back we stopped off at PDX to collect the hire car; a vast Ford, very comfortable but a bit intimidating. Linda guided me back safely and we had a lovely meal of steak, washed down with a Californian Cabernet ...
... band that was playing...a fabulous evening!
From Roseburg we moved on to Leavenworth, and another excellent county park, Gill's Landing, where we had a terrific campsite, #9, in a beautiful setting. The flat area around us allowed for long bike rides, and the covered bridge countryside was nearby, so we did lots of exploring. The old covered bridges were really neat, many different styles, and very picturesque! ...
... for my earbuds and being to shy to ask the stewards for a second sprite. The change in weather is amazing from here to Portland! It is almost 90 degrees out while in Portland I'm sure it is still 50 degrees and rainy. Anyway, I'll write some more later but for now I'm going to catch a little shut eye before we arrive to the blue skies of ...
Happy Holidays! I should have written when we arrived around the 13th of December, but we hit the ground running and dashed through a holiday performance, a violin recital, a great visit from Nana from New Mexico a fun filled break, our great neighbors to Christmas Eve burritos and 20 people to dine on turkey and fixins for Christmas! Lots of food, family, friends and fun and we hope you did too!
We have a few wonderful memories from the last ...
... BTW, Salt Lake City and environs fit that description too, with many billboards advertising the search for high-tech and other high salary types). A digression into Washington by way of a scenic byway thru the Blue Mountains was beautiful, but its most astounding moment was as we exited the forests into an area with perhaps the steepest cultivated fields either of ...