Valley Inn Motel Lebanon
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- Microwave in room
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to reduce the number of John Doe's in the morgue...really, that was what the clerk at Walmart told us...who are we to question such authority...not too sure how they police this. Alas, the service centre was a disappointment...no retail store... It seems that many people make the pilgrimage there for repairs and such and the stay in the parking lot for free...whoopee... However we did manage to find an antique store open for business. Lots of cool trinkets... Since ...
... which are these meals from a franchise where you can go prepare meals for the week and them freeze them. Very similar to Make and Take if you're familiar. His aunt owns and runs a Dream Dinner place. She also has a hot tub in her house, so we just sat and drank wine an relaxed in the tub :). Wednesday morning we left for Seattle. However, we didn't get very far before we felt the need to stop in Sonoma, which is ...
... I spent the day here and did get a lot of ‘catch-up’ stuff done. Sometimes it is just nice to do nothing at all~~~
June 22nd Sunday. Going to Stayton today to meet Becky and attend the garden walk. I arrived at her place in Sublimity around noon and we were off to Stayton - a bit over a mile away! Got our tickets for the gardens and we were off. The first 3 were fantastic and almost unbelievable for our little town!! ...
... case the car is a Sky Blue with all the bells for this kind of car… and the car builder now makes them for us taller and wider guys… I couldn’t walk past and not buy some raffle tickets for the drawing in Nov… and the gal selling the tickets… told ...
... plant they use in the brewing of beer? Well, the E. Clemens Horst company boasted a field of 700 acres dedicated to hops. The town on 10,000 would swell to 25,000 when the migrant field workers arrived to harvest the crop. After WWII competition and changing beer tastes hastened a decline of the industry. Today hops is still grown in the area but not nearly as many acres are planted.
This town, located on the west bank of the Willamette River, does not appear to have changed very ...