Silverton Inn And Suites
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... for turns. Our little mistake took us about 2 miles out of the way but with the help of some other cyclists we soon joined the right road. It was pretty much flat after we entered Silverton main street until we got out into the countryside and then there were hills. Since I seldom ride on hills, I get all freaked out but they were pretty gentle hills for the most part and doable.
Because of the threat of heat, I hadn't wanted ...
... NE Portland. Picked her up and dinner at a Lebanese place for supper. Interesting place and good food but a lousy waitress!!
June 18th-Up fairly early and hung around till almost noon before heading to Woodburn and Suzie. I stopped at the rest area just out of Portland and when I stopped tried to roll the windows down----and first one just barely moved! Others did not even budge, so started the car again, but—NOTHING!!! Car ...
... A lone sheep comes from the forest, bleating as it searches for its flock, and disappears as quickly as it had appeared.
We head downhill, turn left and stop in downtown Mt. Angel, all one square block of it. This very small, very quiet town of German heritage is about to become the Oom Pa Pa capitol of the Northwest. Oktoberfest is just a couple of weeks away. This town of 3200 souls is about to become a place where personal space is ...
... a tool belt over his shoulder. They have their own post office as their "town" is called St. Benedict. They have a small restaurant as well as a gift shop. Students can purchase required books at their book store.
Once again we are very fortunate to have visited this wonderful and spiritual place, Mt. Angel Abbey.
The weather has been more like that which we have experienced in the deep South- hot and muggy. It ...
... noon and take the dogs for one of many walks. I set up our satellite for no other reason than to watch the L.A. Dodgers beat the Chicago Cubs.
Our 90 pound English Lab, Molly, is very protective of herself not so much of her humans. She doesn't like her back end touched. Having surgery on both back knees might have something to do with her sensitivity. Last evening we went out for our last walk of the day and she got stung by a yellowjacket on her ...