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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... eager passengers year after year the Rodeo would unceasingly make the long trek to Heaven's Amphitheater in south central Washington for the most delightful and appreciated of times. The Gorge is my favorite weekend of the year and the trusty Rodeo was always there to carry the smiles and stories. It was difficult to sell and watch her drive away, but the money received was the final push to starting my voyage to Vietnam.
... I just "backpacked Europe," but for real, I mean it with every ounce of me. I experienced, learned, witnessed, and felt things that I never would have otherwise. I feel so grown and a little bit changed - well my idea of the world and the US. I feel like I just stepped out of my little bubble (not just Oregon, but the US in general). Europe is a wonderful contrast to America. Ten times better than the US in ...
... won’t continue to get bigger, like over 50 ft long, sprouting extra decks like a London bus? Then the US will have to rebuild its road system to accommodate them. Please let the oil run out soon.
Next stop was the old Victorian town of Ferndale off to the west of Fortuna – population about 1500. Here most of the buildings are from the Victorian era and are in outstanding condition. As such it is very much a magnet for photographers and those seeking to track ...
Day 7: Jacksonville, OR
With a drive of about 80 miles we have emerged from the wintry fog and wind of the coast to the near 100 F summer drought of the interior. The afternoon necessitated a quick swim in the chilly little river at Applegate, just down the road from where we are camped.
We developed a little mechanical problem as we left Florence this morning. The van stuttered and almost stalled about 10 miles along the 101. I have suspected ...
... of life, we do not have to have the biggest ,best stuff to be happy. We all get caught up in the hustle and bustle of everyday life and forget what is really important...... our families happiness. We do not need material things to make us happy we need a positive environment and the love and support of those around us. We have moved 6 times in the past three years trying to find ...