Rama Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Enterprise
... snowcapped peaks are reminiscent of the Swiss Alps. Ours was a six hour drive of stunning beauty, somewhat challenging snake like road, grand forests and changing colours. Donna was not impressed with how Jeff could do so much sightseeing at the same time as keeping the car on the road - and she made a running commentary of her feelings. Saw some deer and a very young brown bear. Today we will move ...
Great day! We rode the tram to the top of the mountain. Elevation was almost 8200 feet! We had lunch at the Summit Grill. We then hiked around the trails and saw some wonderful views. We were huffin and puffin up those trails. I didn't sprang my ankle until we were back at the launch ...
So we were invited to go to a town event in one of the cutest little towns in America! This sweet town of 102 had their annual end of the school year party and invites neighboring small towns to be a part... Their little school (public) has 5 students. It was so, so sweet! My brother-n-law played with his band and the kids ran and played in the valley of Hell's Canyon (I know terrible name, but I guess it gets pretty hot ...
... And then he had another blood clot in his lungs. And then the artery going into his lower intestine and colon busted, causing him, as he so aptly described it, to 'fill right up'. Somewhere at this point he was forced to stop helping out with the rebuilding of the Blue Banana, and instead was apparently lying on the floor, telling his wife and daughter what to do.
But then he got lupus and rheumatoid arthritis recently. ...
... hitting 'the west’. Or, at least what we had in mind as what the ‘west’ represents. Now we’re doing the same thing again, but in reverse. We’re leaving the coast, and we’re once again finding ourselves entering ‘the west.’ Even though we’re going east. The further east we go, the more west it becomes.