TownePlace Suites Bend
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at Good Life Brewery in their awesome backyard patio, and then headed home for another delicious cookout complete with tri tip and cheesy potatoes.
One day we drove past Mount Bachelor and hiked to Green Lakes. The hike was a relatively eight miles which followed a creek upstream and alongside South Sister, another famous mountain just outside of Bend. The hike led us to gorgeous (you guessed it) bright green lakes at the base of the mountains. ...
... to your gift of life.
We ask your mother, Mary and our mothers, Alice and Bobbie, to watch over us, guide us and push us forward on this pilgrimage.
We ask all our heavenly brothers and sisters, especially Paul, Jim and Doug, to smile upon us and laugh with us through the challenges and joys on our walk.
Heavenly Creator, we are filled with excitement and anticipation for our journey. Lead us on the path to you. ...
... Pioneer Park area. The mill was operated by water
A small community developed around the area, and in 1904, a city was
incorporated by a general vote of the community's 300 residents. On
January 4, 1905, the city held ...
We made our way east over the Cascade Mountain Range to the town of Bend. Here the ponderosa pine forest transitions into the high desert, characterized by arid land, junipers, sagebrush, and bitter-brush. Originally a crossing point on the Deschutes river, settlement began in the early 1900s. Bend was incorporated as a city in 1905. Economically, it started as a logging town but is now identified as a gateway for many outdoor sports.
We could ...
... and museums that we frequented. The fact that this was the city that gave birth to Nazism was significant because many of the landmark buildings are either still there or reconstructed to scale.
Amsterdam – City of Bikes, my new favorite t-shirt… indeed, I had never seen so many bikes used by so many people. The canals, alleys, bridges and squares were always full of activities and perhaps the moniker ...