Snooz Inn Wilsonville
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... kin! Now that is a shocker call! Turns out they are looking for him too. He never did show up for the 35 day treatment – no, I am not surprised! Several more calls; meanwhile I had sent note to his friend-who had forgotten to get back to me-and to his bank to see if there was activity on it (still not heard from them) and in the end the VA called Midvale police to do a welfare check. He is fine, had phone turned off and just had not returned any emails ...
... famous burgers and ice-cream, but boo, it was closed! Had to content ourselves with looking at pelts for sale and old Route 66 memorabilia!
We got to Needles too early to stop so carried on and stayed at a place called Calico Ghost Town Regional Park, near Barstow. It was quirky little place, we were surprised it cost $30/ngt, as it was gravel, dirt and really unlevel! We had a Home Depot store ...
... 8217;s casual use of colloquial English phrases like “cheap as chips” and “how’s your father?”
With 11 hours until our next gig, there was plenty of time for us to investigate the festival. It was inhabited by friendly, enthusiastic people, many of whom were new age hippies and acid victims who all happened to be deeply attached to the California band the Grateful dead and came to High Sierra to mourn the death of their ...
... that my first response of "because I'm a girl" sounded a bit...well, princessy. I finally settled on blaming my dive gear as the best non-sexist, non-princessy answer. It seemed to satisfy him.
After that experience, it seemed appropriate to channel our inner girlie-girl by window shopping on NW 23rd Street. Known for its trendy boutiques and eateries, the Nob Hill Neighborhood represents one of the things I love most about ...
... to prepare "Eggs Benedict" for all of us, and we had this delicious brunch.
Around 2 p.m., we were like a little tired, so went down to the TV room, and looked at "White Christmas" with Bing Crosby ;-) A perfect movie for Christmas!
Around 5-6 p.m., Fred prepared his famous Feuerzangenbowle, see picture! When the sugar, soaked with rhum, was put on fire, the lights went out and we all sang some Christmas songs. Lights on, drink the Glühwein, delicious!