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We were thankful to have a place to stay for the night on our way up 5. Convenient, central and clean at a very good price.
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... the working we have done a great hike in the wilderness area around where I stay. There were some beautiful sights of snow covered volcanoes. This past week I have been doing some surveys for ducks. This gave me the opportunity to see some great areas and places that people hardly get to see. At one stop there was a pool with Newts, my first sight. About first sightings. The first week going out with the botanist we saw ...
... already made friends with almost everyone in the group. Everyone was great, well not everyone but the majority were. These were all people that I connected with on such a unique level that I never expected to have. This trip was by far the best decision I have ever made for myself and I am so proud for having gone through with it. I have made a new group of best friends that I know I will have with me for a long time. Everyone had something different to bring to ...
... settled for a toasted ham, cheese and tomato which originally was a club sandwich minus the turkey, minus the bacon . They were very nice but took a while to come as she was alone and there were several customers.
We drove ten minutes up the road to Belknap Hot Springs from whence our white water rafting expedition was to commence. The company, High Country Expeditions, was full of fun staff who took a light-hearted approach ...
On the way out of Corvallis, I headed down through Halsey to see my dear friend Jessi and her fiance Patrick (and the kiddos!) We got to walk through the mud and wrangle some baby sheep... messy business but they sure are cute. It was hard to say goodbye to the girls, I will miss them so much. One of the hardest choices I had to make about this trip was leaving before Jessi & Patrick's ...
Francisco and what is now Marin County was by boat across a section
of San Francisco Bay. It's mysterious when covered with fog, beautiful when bathed in sunlight, and remains possibly one of the most photographed American landmark.
Today, it carries six lanes of vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists.
In search of the garage where we are going to turn in our rental car, we