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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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... a free bracelet. And then we parted and I'll never see her again. She was a true gem.
After our hours at the market we were pretty beat and pretty over the sun, so we rode home and chilled in the coolness of the house for a while. We played another game of "Real Life", and I was again a wealthy yet unhealthy person who never did anything of much interested, was in an abusive relationship and died in the Black Hole Nursing Home. Depresso. Seb was more ...
... We managed to get our table in the Lounge right next to the start and near the High Jump fan. We watched Joel Baden in the High Jump. He cleared 2-17 but four others jumped 2-22. None of them made it over 2-24 but the Russian won on a count back. It was an interesting comp though. We saw Georgia get her bronze medal and watch the USA win both 200s and the women's 400m.Our girls just missed out on a spot in the relay final while the boys made it through. ...
... wasn't cleared, and slick slush was everywhere. We missed the first few turns we needed to take and ended up in a parking garage to calm our nerves and figure out the area. It turns out that we were really only a mile or so from where we needed to be. Slowly, we drove out of the garage and used the tire grooves cut into the snow from previous cars to arrive at our destination. Day 10 on the road meant we were just about out ...
We travel the nine miles to the small town of Halsey but do not stop. Brownsville is a few miles east. We had been to Brownsville once before, on a Sunday, and the sidewalks had been rolled up the night before. Not a single business in town was open! This town of 1668 souls was originally known as Calapooya, named after the original inhabitants, the Kalapuya Indians. In 1847 Calapooya was named Linn County Seat. Four years later seat was ...
... minute commute to our hotel near the airport. But, we will be able to get a good night's sleep before getting laundry done tomorrow morning before leaving for the cruise terminal. We can't check in at the pier until close to noon, so tomorrow morning won't be rushed.
Our car of travellers is quite quiet. There are a few kids but they are well behaved. They are busy playing Star Wars with their action figures right now as they ...