- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... trip. We changed into bathers and were driven about 2 miles upstream. After kitting up with shoes, jackets and life vests we were given the safety spiel and then divided up into groups of six. We had a couple of about our age from Fresno, Myron and Cindy, and AJ from San Francisco Bay Area. Our guide was Bill who seemed a little more experienced than the others. He took us into the lead boat and so we had a great view as we drifted ...
So in exactly 35 days, 17 hours, and 21 minutes, I will be boarding a plane from Boise to Seattle, and then another from Seattle straight to London -- but it is not like I am counting or anything. Anyway, I figure that it is approaching SOON enough for me to finally sit down and begin this travel blog (and let's be honest...if I read one more word of Milton's Paradise Lost tonight, my brain might explode). I am super excited to keep up posts to share my experiences and adventures ...
... a joy to watch them. It was a gorgeous beach and we were sorry to have such a short visit, but we had other places to go. This is the place we were supposed to spend an extra day just kicking around, but instead we were waylaid in Mariposa.
Next stop was the Redwood National and State Park just up the road. Didn't get to spend much time here either but we were blown away by the magnificent trees. We took a couple of pictures at ...
... a treasured day; time spent with those I love!!!
Comment by Dave: As I was walking on the trail, I stepped off to get a photo and meeting another couple...stepped further to the side and I felt something brush the side of my leg...I later found out it was poison ivy or something like ...
On my way home on Sunday morning and although I will come back to sort out the bike, it will only be admin rather then the extended adventure I hoped for.
So really just enjoying the last couple of days of exploring.
Great find by Lali of the Oregon air and space museum. Thank you.
Sadly these places tend to be run down and largely empty with a few elderly volunteers desperate ...