Days Inn Cookeville
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... the photos don't do it justice. It is amazing. And the whole back of the house is windows looking out onto the view. Wow!!
We sat on the deck for awhile, then had dinner and spent a quiet evening visiting. Somehow we managed to not take a picture of Bob or the dogs Boston the boxer and Mike the Yorkie.
... appeared on distant hillsides through the interstate foliage. A large billboard proclaimed “The Holy Bible. Inspired. Absolute. Final.” An 18 wheeler Tyson truck (53 cavernous feet of truck stuffed with frozen chickens?) that we ended up behind in a traffic slowdown, had the admonishment “Praise God” with 3 crosses traced in the dust-coated back door. A bumper sticker on a pickup that passed us suggested that ...
... mist, rain, and wind are common on the Oregon coast. It was the least crowded of our trip, always a pleasure where we are concerned.
2. Food. We seemed to have more consistent results with food when we traveled in Europe and the southwestern U.S. Our dinners tended to mostly be good, but breakfasts were a real roll of the dice, running from bad hotel food in Portland, to dungeness crab omelets in Yachats, Oregon, to a breakfast burrito ...
... 4 m) remnant of this stone is preserved in Monterey, where a Standing Stone Celebration of Native American Heritage is held each October.
If you are in the area, check it out ...
... stands today in downtown Monterey, next to the Monterey Branch
The town began celebrating Standing Stone Day in 1979, mainly through the efforts ...