The GuestHouse Inn, Suites & Conference Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in gold. Located about 11 1/2 miles off the main road, we drove a dirt road over the mountain to Garnet. It was worth the trip as many buildings of the city still are well preserved. The last resident remained until his death in 1974. His name was Frank Davey, ...
... that a local non-profit is going to use to teach kitchen skills to disabled adults. Kathy has developed many research projects and her own company, all focused on nutrition knowledge/skills in group/individual homes for the physically/developmentally disabled. It was this set of skills and knowledge that attracted the folks in Portland.
We later went for a walk in a nearby neighborhood and learned from one of the residents that the snow ...
... gamers, but the best one of just about all is that basketball fans are family. Available as one week, your hockey spouse and children here in Tigard will convene for Winterhawks training camp. A telephone was handed around exhibiting the t-shirts that had previously been made, environment friendly and platinum proclaiming, was not upset. Point, it was the most important of the day only if for a few several ...
... get up early again tomorrow and head out for another five hours. We will drive the rest on Thursday. We talked with the RV guy today and he says our fifth wheel will be ready for us on Friday. So we will arrive at 9:30 am, give him the truck to install the hitch and put all our stuff and the dogs in the trailer. Then Will (our RV dealer) will show us how to use the fifth ...
... that really struck me was the absolute lack of mosquitos. Not sure how those Montana-ians worked it, but there were no blood-suckers around. Add that to the stellar views all around, and it made me wonder what in the world we were doing living in a swamp like DC.
Then we grabbed a bite to eat and headed back to our campground. The pool was chilly – perfect after a hot day in the 90s.