Quality Inn & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... about 1:04pm today we passed, in the median between mile marks 259 and 260, a sign designating where I-5 crosses the 45th parallel. It bears the words "45 Parallel half way between the Equator and the North Pole". So now we are heading towards the North Pole….
We arrived in Castle Rock, the Gateway to Mount St. Helens, situated between the Cowlitz River and Interstate ...
... get off the beaten track and drive along the rural roads. We meet Belinda and her family at Vista Point (they get there about 15 minutes before us), and we would have spent more time here, but it is so windy the kids are almost blown off their feet! The views from up here are spectacular though. As it is so windy, we quickly decide to move on to a more sheltered area, and follow Belinda and Colin to the Latourell Falls. From the ...
Hey! We're in Portland! A day early. And not staying in the tent trailer. Interest piqued? Well let me spin you a yarn... We had a rough sleep last night. Mel hacked (but sounded better for it) and Penny had a voracious appetite throughout the wee hours. Somewhere in the distance a rave was happening. Thump, thump, hack, hack. We didn't start to stir until around 9:00am and both Mel and I looked like the living dead. The kids of course were brimming with ...
... 5k and she has promised she will try to keep up with me! That will probably be our last race before I leave for Scotland. I have really appreciated my sister including me in her races this spring! You Rock, Sis!!!
I've discovered my family will be able to watch my walks virtually on RunKeeper.com. I just have to start my tracker and sync with the website and they will know where I am at every step! Pretty awesome, huh?
... there are hardy folk who would love to cruise out right after the storm and would welcome the deal, it just strikes me odd that anyone would be in a position to be thinking of a getaway at this kind of time. If you aren't in the storm area, one would think it would be hard to get to and if one is in the area already, wouldn't you have other things to do.
It reminds me of working in a travel agency on 9/11, and for the ...