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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Kitsap, a large town with restaurants and malls, a navy base and a naval shipyard. And I thought, what a great spot to choose, with access to the Pacific Ocean but oh so very secluded and out of harm’s way.
Around 10:30 we were again in stop-and-go traffic and we though, this is going to be a very long day. As it turned out, after 20 minutes of barely moving, we were waiting to cross a drawbridge like ...
As we get close to our departure date, I find myself more and more excited that we're going to get to share this adventure together. It's been a dream for me for our kids to travel to Israel and get to know their relatives there. My hope is that this trip is just the first of many, with Clarice, with Hunter, with Melissa, in various combinations.
I'm going to upload some photos of members of the Elkouby family - these are the Israeli relatives on ...
... to east Oregon.
Sweet Home, pop. 8925 souls, is a result of the merger of two towns in 1874, Buckhead, named after a saloon that displayed a set of elk antlers, and Mossville that developed with a store and a post office. The Santiam Wagon Toll Road was opened in 1865. The road extended from Sweet Home Valley across Santiam Pass in the Cascades and on to Camp Polk near Sisters to the east. It was a vital means of supplying livestock and goods ...
... company I can tell you!
The summit is starting and Jan Tritten and Hermine welcome us. Hermine opens the day with a presentation about the witch-hunt and takes us back to our European history, where midwives were hunted for their knowledge of contraceptives and abortion. Together with that the knowledge of normal, physiological childbirth disappeared. Jan starts the day with "Normal birth is on trial" and I’m afraid it’s true. The rest of the day is separated in ...
... town and the drivers there are very friendly…meaning they didn't seem to get in a snit just because an RV was taking up some of their road space, and seemed to be happy to wave us on in front of them when we needed to change lanes! Our major stop there involved a bagel (multi-grain and therefore healthy) and (sorry Rita) a custard filled Maple Sugar covered éclair. Life is short (maybe shorter after eating the éclair!) you know!
On up the road, ...