Shilo Inn Suites - Salem
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... Spaghetti and sausage, salad and Texas Toast for a good meal. We both sat with our computers and talked and showed stuff to each other. A glass of hard cider and finally off to bed. Talked with Phil and he had hurt his back and was really in pain.
July 10th Friday-Up early and we talked for a long time. Ate the bear claws I had brought with me and around noon I left for Salem. First stop was for shoes but nothing I liked. My favorite ...
After a very breezy couple of days on the Oregon Coast, one thing I realized I needed for the trailer was a bathroom vent cover. The vent is a little cap that you can open and close and then click on a fan to pull air from the trailer. That cap is pretty flimsy and the winds seemed to threaten to rip it right off.
I'd discovered a product that I could ...
... the garage. Second one was very brave to have EVERY THING outside as it has been misty rain all morning. I bought a couple of things here. Then they took me home. Took stuff to apt and then off to the Saturday market- about 1 ½ blocks away where I got some honey and some fresh asparagus. Dinner tonight was that and a shrimp taco, strange combination but good! It was misty and overcast all day.
May 24, 2015-Sunday- I was reading the paper ...
Hello everyone! David Writing once again today. Once this post is up then you will all be caught up. Hooza! In the future Ible and I are going to do our best not to get back logged like that again. It is apparently a lot of hard work to write a blog. Anyways, enjoy this next entry of our adventure.
We had awaken to the same sounds that we had fallen asleep to. The waves of the ocean were beating on the rocks as usual and we were quite delighted ...
... part of Portland at 7:00, JUST as Evoe closed up shop for the evening. After fuming at the 1%’er again, we settled on a tiny French bistro that specialized in crepes called Chez Machin. It ended up being amazing and reasonably priced, so maybe it all worked out for the best.
After the meal, it was another 40 minutes to Salem. Tomorrow is our last day break before 8 straight drives on the way to ...