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I drove around the vicinity today. I found a covered bridge built by a farmer who owned land on both sides of the river. At first it was uncovered, but, given the rainy nature of the climate here, he had a lot of cows being injured crossing the slippery wet timbers. So, He built a roof over it. It is now classified as an historic structure, it will preserved. It was peaceful and quiet along the ...
... I DID have a milkshake with Eric in SLO at In N Out, but I never ate a full meal there. Each place I stopped in California, my host took me to a cool local spot for meals and I always figured I could have In N Out later when I was on my own. Then I found out today that In N Out doesn't exist on the Oregon and Washington coast. So. Sad. At least I have my milkshake, it keeps me from crying myself to sleep at night. Woe is me.
Ok, off to my yurt and the sunset! WOO! :)
... Veronica, otherwise known as “Cher”
to the majority of passengers, continues to amaze us with her latest
Project Runway each time she goes to the theatre at night. All eyes
are on her, and her mound of long curly hair! One night she sat
beside Bert at the theatre. My eyes rolled when I glanced at her
deadly weapon shoes. They looked like one of those hooked knives we
saw at the Gold Museum, that could remove a man's jewels in one swift
... the usual red and white velvet attire and black booties and big
boobs. Yes, the Santa was a female, after all, most of us came from
politically correct countries. So, there's really nothing wrong with
that especially if coming from my husband who likes boobies. Aside
from boobs, I mean, Santa, several HAL dancers were dressed -up in
elves costumes. Together with the all the kids, they sang carols and
danced on stage. There were candy canes, hot ...
Continuing south via Route 101 we made our way leaving Washington and entering Oregon over the Astoria–Megler Bridge. The bridge is a steel cantilever through truss bridge that spans the Columbia River. It is the longest continuous truss bridge in North America. The city is situated near the mouth of the Columbia River, it was named after the American investor John Jacob Astor.
As you can see ...