Lake Creek Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We woke up to a solid fog cover and a chilled rain falling. I pulled every trick I knew to ensure our delayed departure. I really do not enjoy stormy rainy conditions. I have been known to throw minor fits when wet and cold. 9 am though brought on do or die time and we braved the maelstrom. The winds were howling through with wicked sustained speeds as most of our early miles were in a ...
... with copyright laws forming a contract between us that my top London Barrister of a daughter will enforce, all I have to do on my return is work out the cost of this trip add a small margin for my talents, divide that by the number of subscribers (yes I know who you all are) send the invoices out and Robert is my Father's brother. Job's a good'un. Trip paid for.
Many thanks to you all for sponsoring me.
... topic. Prenatal care is one of the factors that worry me a lot within the standard Dutch midwifery care. The restricted time investment in a pregnant woman, the big group practices with several midwives, and the lack of investing in maternal nutrition are three of the many issues I could address if you’d had the time and energy to go there with me… I truly believe that we as midwives can achieve so much more within public health by taking care of our ...
... in Bend on the way to get food and supplies, and had determined it was time for a bug tent. We found ourselves not enjoying the nights with all the mosquitos (and bug spray can only help so much), so we got a great new screen tent.
After our camp was set up we decided to venture out to Camp Sherman and walk to the head of the Metolius River, which is where the river originates by bubbling out of the ground. We stopped to walk first. ...
... for both of us. This time, Baja Fresh is open and yummy. No cans. No freezer. I like that.
We then drive South to Salem, cross inland towards Sweet Home (that's a town) on Highway 20. Around Buttle Lake (before Sisters) we’d like to camp, but all campgrounds are full. Unnecessary to say that Americans love camping and on the weekend before ...