Super 8 Woodburn
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... a month of negotiation, sent me a replacement. I am very satisfied – it is better than the original! It has several dividers and they have zippered pouches- really makes it more useful! Too bad my two larger ones don’t have these features!
June 24, 2015=Wednesday- I was to have lunch with Judy R today but she had to cancel till Friday. I did some house things-kitchen, vacuum-that kind of thing. Later I made a double batch ...
Yes, we are in Portland tonight! ... for two nights in a brand new five story Residence Inn. It's built more like a traditional hotel rather than the sprawled out two to three story hotel. Very nice king suite. Started out in Victoria heading to the ferry station driving by the government building by day. This ferry building is not as glamorous or modern as those we saw in Vancouver. In fact, the building has only the ...
... br> that was not made by the hands of men.
There is a road, no simple highway
between the dawn and the dark of night.
And if you go, no one may follow.
That path is for your steps alone.
You who choose to lead must follow,
but if you fall, you fall alone.
If you stand, then who's to guide you?
If I knew the way, I would take you home.
The end. This has been the experience of a lifetime. Thank you, everyone, for taking this journey with ...
... Finally arriving at our destination at 10.30pm without food or liquor, we headed to the only local eatery that claims to be a step above Mc Donald's - Denny's, and actually had a fabulous dinner at 11pm. Home to bed, where Carolyn feel asleep with a coffee in her hand, that she realised this morning was also all over her sheets, saw an end to another fabulous day in Thelma and Louise's trip ...
Suburban Car #1 got a day off as six of us rode the MAX light rail into Portland. What a treat! No more worries about parking! No more backseat driving! The biggest challenge was trying to buy the ticket from an automated machine and reading the routing map.
Sounds simple enough except the train only took us partially to where we were going and then we had to take the trolley. A real plus is ...