Keizer Renaissance Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... up early-to find a cat staring me in the face! Way too early to eat, for either of us! I had a light breakfast, showered and house things and then headed to Woodburn for the monthly get-together of my high school, class of ’58, friends. We had our usual good time and I really enjoy this as I only get to join them for June, July and the picnic in August! Leaving there I went across the freeway to see if Suzie was home from her ...
... vehicles to their point of origin was numbered in handfuls, not trainloads.
Apparently the mass migration of Californians and other locales to Portland has achieved numbers higher than imagined. Looking at a graph of population growth, one can see that in the late 1980s, the population growth trend goes from a mild steady incline that resembles an easy walking path up a gentle slope to a line that ascends at a 45 degree angle becoming ...
... br> May 27, 2015-Wednesday-Up late and relaxed I had lots to do today! The cats were demanding food, the litter boxes cleaned, shower and go to the Wed market for more strawberries. Marilyn met me down at the fountain at noon and we had a great lunch at McMenimins. That is in this building so very handy. We talked for a couple of hours and enjoyed the warm sun-we were eating outside. After she left I did a bit of packing and will finish tomorrow.
... another, walking and then going by boat sometimes. I also realized I would be going places where I could not speak the language. Unlike when I was younger - I suddenly felt fear in this. But, I kept planning.
I also began writing Women's travel groups asking them to consider a trip to China and to contact me if they did. Well, I got an email from Women Traveling Together a few months later stating ...
... a lookout which gave an excellent view back down the beach. Stunning.
We then set out to drive to the wine making area of Oregon. We travelled east first and then turned south down Route 26. The landscape is dominated by the millions of fir trees, the mainstay of the local economy. Interspersed is cleared ground, evidence of the logging activities. Getting hungry we stopped at Route 26 Diner. We were greeted by an enthusiastic "Hi!" and served by Savannah. Fletcher and ...