The Peerless Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... made everything more difficult and emotional was having to temporarily part ways with my lovely Margaret who was starting her journey to Vietnam a month before I would. First she would spend a couple weeks with her family in New Mexico. Overall it would be 6 weeks without each other, a time period and feeling that was new to our relationship. We had love, trust, and a great adventure ahead of us and we knew it. We knew ...
... was even more sore, and I had the cold shakes/a quickly emerging fever. I tried to sleep it off for a few hours but eventually I woke up from a nap and the uncomfortable head pain was unbearable. I knew I had to either find out what was wrong right away or take something that would help it. I was thinking of a possibility like the new flu that is apparently unstoppable/kills people!! I was getting a little worried so ...
... upriver so they could float home. Lick and I came back home to do dishes and walk down to the river's edge to take pictures of their return. It took nearly an hour for them to finally return. They sure had fun though. It was 100 degrees out by 5:45pm.
They changed and we headed to the Cottonwood campground for a hot dog feast. Everyone was so friendly there and we had a great time. I walked to the creek with Tyler and Matsu and a man, Daniel, told Tyler's ...
... now... at first it was hot, but now turning to a refreshing warmth.
We are about an hour short of our destination point of Ashland, and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, so the next couple of days will be a little more stationary.
Day 8: Ashland
We stopped in Jacksonville on the way to Ashland this morning. Jacksonville is a cute little “western” town with many well preserved and restored late 19th and early 20th C. We ...
... Braxton and Logan will graduate this year and go to college in the fall. Rick was medically retired from the army in August of 2011 he has PTSD and a TBI. I have been very lucky to be able to stay home with Rick and our children. Over the last three years we have changed a lot we have tried to eat healthier and concentrate on being happy and eco friendly and enjoying the ...