BEST WESTERN Aladdin Inn
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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One cannot visit Oregon without heading out to the coast. We quickly drove through Portland as there was little traffic on a Sunday morning. As we drove west a deer walked out in front of us. With cars coming from both directions she was confused at first but successfully went back to the other side.
Along the road, as usual, we were looking for unusual things. The large frying pan was on a little restaurant and ...
When we stayed at the Holiday Inn last night in Chehalis, WA, we saw in the hotel book under sights for the area, Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument. This was not on our list of things to do but decided it would be a good thing to see. We are so glad we did! It was spectacular sights and very informative. As we stared toward Silverlake we had another bonus - we didn't realize we were in Bigfoot Country! (see ...
... The road beckons!
It’s a warm and sunny morning! It doesn't get better for a day of riding! The objective today is a fairly short ride by comparison for what the rest of the ride will be. The ride consists of going from the ferry terminal in Bellingham down to Toledo, WA to see my old friend Jesse Mendez. Time for a little history here, Jesse and I met when my sons and his son were really young. That must be around 16 years ago because my kids ...
... approached, I got ready for another great night.
The show didn't quite go as planned. The concert was great, but unfortunately the video side of the house was really frustrating. Out of four cameras, only two were producing usable shots and I was one of the only ones making the shots. I'm not bragging, because for me, I have it easy. I stick with the lead singer, and don't have to move around getting usable shots. The other cameras ...
... seemed more like a fictional forest than something that would really exist so this was a hugely cool find. We carried on past areas where there’d been landslides and the route remained interesting up to the point where we reached a road closed sign at the top of the hill. This was hugely irritating as it added another 2 hours onto our journey and nowhere had it warned us that this would be the case. We started on our decent back down and decided ...