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... Rain you could hardly see through and then large hail, enough too white the ground! So I stayed a bit longer. Down to the car and said goodbyes and out the door – first time I have driven car since arriving here!! A fun time here walking and seeing everything.in town close-up. And as I pulled out it began pouring again and poured all the way to the turn to Aunt Jean’s in Multnomah Village. When I got to her house the streets were bare and ...
... The Shriners International runs the Shriners Hospitals for Crippled Children…
From the Shriners webpage… Shriners Hospitals for Children …The Shriners… In 1922 the Shriners founded the first Shriners Hospitals for Children in ...
Friday morning we reluctantly left beautiful San Francisco in search of the redwoods. After getting through the city traffic and dealing with inept restaurant employees we were on the coast road. First was wine country and hippy towns. We stopped at a makeshift head shop along the way but just couldn't bring ourselves to buy tie dyed anything. We made it out with a "coexist" bumper sticker and were back on the road. Wine country turned to mountains, redwoods, ...
Hello everyone, here is an overview of my trip before I begin the daily recaps with pictures.
My fellow trekkers included Bob, Peter, Lynn and Elaine. Bob knows Peter, Lynn is Peter's sister-in-law and Elaine is friends with Lynn. We got along great. We were supportive, encouraging and had much fun recapping our days.
Thanks for all your supportive thoughts. The trip and climb were the experience of a lifetime. It was the ...
... br> We also saw a lot of “shacks” that had the title “Hotel” on them and I kept thinking to myself who would go to that place for a hotel stay. Turns out the word Hotel was mostly used to indicate a “café” or coffee house. I also wondered who would go there for their food as well. Ha.
Imodium turned out to be both Kathy and my best friend several times during this trip. I will never leave home for a long trip without it!
As a ...