Rodeway Inn Portland Airport
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... is played with brooms HA) is a table game that involves a long wooden table, somewhat resembling a bowling lane, covered in sand to encourage sliding, and two sets of different coloured pucks. Basically you stand at one end and slide the pucks down to the other end to get points. If it goes off the end or off the side, no points. It’s sometimes difficult to find the right amount of force required, especially after a few drinks. ...
... riding, Timberline Lodge lunch, Big Tree in LaPine State Park;
Gary - all of them. This is typical for what he says.
Peggy also calculates our costs. We each spent about $1300 which includes our airfare, condo rentals, rental car, gas, airport parking/shuttle tips, groceries/restaurant food, and admissions to attractions.
... look possible!! So many little things to take care of—need more of one med and don’t think they will let me have it early! Talked with John this morning-6:30 am and Phil called later. In the evening I cleared off the front patio and put the bikes in the carport patio. I lock it but somehow things still 'walk’ out of the shed!! I suspect Red does NOT always lock it. Or turn off the water at the outside shutoff-that is ...
... and on. We had also fluked being there on the labour day long weekend which is a renowned US retail SALES weekend so everything which was already way cheaper than normal prices was further reduced by 30-60%..unbelievable!!!!
For 2 days Chris and I took turns playing with Zach and shopping, swapping over every 1- 2 hours. Zach fell in love with a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles car ride and the Disney store where the ...
... and back through wine country. (Unfortunately we were running late and were very tired, so we drove on past the wineries. Honest!)
We began our drive through fertile farm land and grazing land populated with donkeys, mules, horses, cows and sheep. I even saw a black sheep among all of the white ones, and he didn’t appear to be an outcast from the herd. Smile. We drove through hills and along rivers and the sky began to ...