Windermere on the Beach
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and I had a pasta dish with linguini, sausage, chicken, meatballs, in a meat sauce. It was excellent!
Tomorrow we're back on US-101S, heading down the Oregon Coast. When we finish up tomorrow night, we will cross over into Crescent City, California and into the start of redwood country. It should be great fun!
187.4 miles today
10534.7 miles total
5.098 gallons today
254.359 gallons total
... s a great place for hikers, bikers, and skiers.
We had lunch at Karen and Scott's house on their back deck over looking their five acre property. Their property, in fact, backs up to a cattle ranch. Little windy and a beautiful sunny day. From their front porch, there is a water feature that Uncle Ben Standen inspired that was eventually turned into this beautiful water feature that Karen and Scott built. Sorry for the screen window photo! Took it from the inside the ...
... Oregon until we go to Ontario. I never knew how stunningly beautiful eastern Oregon is. Words can hardly begin to describe the beauty. So pictures will have to do. Leo is a real trooper. And an excellent car traveler. We arrived in Boise, Idaho about 10:00 pm and spent the night in Andrew's apartment. Nice apartment, comfortable ...
... the sign because...but no, no, enough already.
When looking for somewhere to eat recently I decided not to risk the chicken BBQ restaurant called "A Wing and a Prayer" and I also passed by the "Snores and Whiskers Motel" which was displaying the "Vacancies" sign (no kidding Sherlock).
And finally, I'm sure there is a display board somewhere that would explain this, but why do so many American men wear their hats at breakfast?
... the whole group and then walked through a number of tracks. We were really fortunate as the rain stopped each time we got out of the bus and eventually the weather turned into a good afternoon.
We continued on through the Park and had a quick lunch at a town called Brooking.
After lunch we crossed the Oregon Border and the landscape changed slightly in that the trees we were passing were now Douglas Fir and Spruce trees, however we continued to ...