Red Lion Hotel Kelso/Longview
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... time he was asked to be a flagger for a short while to fill in. As he stood there, a woman driving drunk at 60 mph plowed through the barricades and ran him over. He had to have several surgeries on his back and could not walk for a while. He was a single dad and had to crawl around on the floor to get his son ready for school and to do anything he had to do since he had no help. This guy is devoted to his son and will do anything he has to. Jesse and I ...
Drove 100 miles in 2 hours.
Woke up again to pouring rain and super cold weather, was in the 40's so our hiking plans were foiled.
Plan B was to drive up to the mountain which we did and eye balled the famous Lodge that was built by President Roosevelt in the Great Depression to keep people gainfully employed, was one of those big infrastructure projects that the ...
... bushes. Oh, did I mention the chicken coop? The pictures don't do it justice - the coop, the yard for the chickens - it is all so charming.
So after an evening of enjoying the farm, showering the camping grunge off us, and blogging to all of you, it is time to turn in. We will most likely be off-blog until Friday. I am going to a conference for work in Portland and Bob is going to try his skill at fly-fishing the Deschutes River. Have a great end-of-week!
My older brother Bill, dated a young woman here in his high school years. Her surname was Madden. He had told me of the Madden's home location. I think I have the photos of the Madden home here. I then visited the town Cemetery and quickly found many members of this family buried there. One of them was a child ...
... the mesas in Colorado, and everywhere in between, we found beauty in the surroundings and in the people. We are thankful that we had no mechanical problems as we saw everything that we had hoped and so much more.
It feels a little odd to be home after these two months on the road. We have many new memories from the road, and we are thankful that we have been able to share them along the way with family and friends via this blog. Thanks for reading.