Travelodge Suites - Newberg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Lyons where Jenni and Mike now own, and just moved into, their own house. Easily found it and Kristie, Jenni’s sister, and a friend were there also. Kyle is almost 3 and finally beginning to talk!! I had been concerned for him! Logan is almost 6 months and such a happy baby. He has 2 1/2 teeth already. We stayed as long as we could, and then rushed to Salem to meet Gary and Sharon, and Don and Anita at a Mexican place for dinner. Had a good time ...
... to be over a hundred later in the week! I watered yards and gardens and potted plants early this morning and then again when it cooled tonight; no way to keep up with the watering in this heat! I did my laundry, cleaned the house and was thinking of packing for this upcoming trip, but now will have to wait to see when we can go.
July 13, 2014-Sunday- This is first day I have not had to water. It was mid 70s and gray but not a bad day. Elly did not ...
... the same beer twice...no matter how good they were. At the end of a week we had just under 100 happily-procured caps. As a beer-lover, Belgium won a place in my heart (and undoubtedly in my liver), and it makes coming to America a little sad. But to my joyous discovery, it turns out that my newly minted home (drivers license to prove it), Portland is in serious competition with Belgium. They have a thriving craft-beer industry ...
... huge market of many local craftsman, and some junk. It really was a delightful day (perfect weather) and the market is right on the riverfront. It obviously attracts lots of families to come to the city on Saturdays. Many interesting characters mixed in with the common folk! Roger and I went for coffee ...
... cider. By this time of day it had reached almost 26 degrees and a refreshing beverage was just what the doctor ordered Following our bevvie we decided to head towards home. We had all good intentions to shower and head downtown for some dinner but instead I passed out for 30mins whilst ro dabbled on the notepad and well before you know it, 8pm was upon us and we were both quite weary. So a quick nip down to the local thai for some take out pad thai and stir fry ( ...