Clackamas Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClackamas Inn & Suites
Solides Motel mit guter Ausstattung, gratis Frühstück, gratis Parkplatz. Empfehlenswert für die Durchreise.
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We went to the Dunrovin Ranch in Montana. First we had a nice tour by a woman named Suzanne. She showed us our room and took us to the river but you have to go through the horse pasture to get there. We met some of the horses that were really nice. My favorite was Charger. He is a blue roan, his nickname is re gentle giant because he is the biggest horse on the ranch. ...
... pitcher, and his team will be competing in the state tournament. We stayed in Seattle overnight.
A couple funny things about Oregon, you can't pump your own gas, and pot wasn't legal until July 1st. Dan hated not being able to pump his own gas, so I had to take a picture of him at the gas station. There's also a couple picture of the medicinal marijuana store we saw, I wonder if they sell to everyone now....
2pm Slept quite well last night. Was in bed by 10:30pm and fell asleep almost immediately. Got up twice, once at 2:30am and another time at 6pm and was in and out of sleep after that. Finally got up at 9:30am. It was a clear day today and the weather was fine but hot. Temp went up to 32 deg in the morning but we decided to go berry picking still. Went to Groveland Acres which is about 3.5 miles northwest ...
... on my heater in my cozy living room, listening to Dan make a conference call while I finish up my lesson plans for tomorrow, it all seems very far off like a dream. We are snug and content to stay put. Delighted to find that after traveling the world, we find we like here best! Not only for the physical beauty of Oregon but also for the great people and the sense of belonging. The joy of planning the trip, and thrill of traveling eclipsed only by ...
Wow! What a day today has turned out to be. As I update this blog from the car park in the Washington National Park in Portland, Oregon, we're we have been stationary for the last 4+ hours. But firstly, this morning we had pancakes for breakfast at the KOA, and by about 9:30ish we hit the road. We have mainly finished the majority do all the driving that we need to get done for our road trip, so today we were going to see some of the sights around Portland and then head off to ...