Oregon Garden Resort
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- Swimming pool
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... of Silverton is the town of Mt. Angel. This smallish town of 3200 souls was settled in 1850 by a fella named Cleaver which he named Roy. That name wouldn't last. In 1881 a Benedictine Father, Edelheim Odermatt came to Roy with a contingent of Swiss monks to establish a new American daughter house. He chose Lone Butte on which to build his abbey and administer to Roman Catholic parishes. Soon many immigrants from Bavaria followed and settled in the area. Through his efforts, the ...
... whether it be a smart car or a semi pulling double trailers has to go through the center of town. At least the street is very narrow, the tourists think that they are made of kryptonite and pay little attention to traffic. The drivers of parked vehicles feel that they have the right of way and will pull out right in front of oncoming traffic.
We pass through town before it gets really busy and its still a little scary. The big trucks heading to ...
... and take a lot of photos so I missed all the very cute and nicely landscaped bungalows in Silverton and a lot of the pretty farmhouses along the way. I did end up stopping for a few things - the cows, the gorgeous flowers, blueberry and hazelnut farms. There is certainly a lot of farming still going on in Oregon. We had a little trouble finding the half-way rest stop at a fire station but did get there. The second half of the ride ...
Well, the check engine light came on yesterday just before leaving the beach. I made sit to Canby Ford this morning and they couldn't get me in till next week. At Landmark Ford hoping for the best. Jody Clow says to just buy a new truck! I'm thinking a Raptor. Yes! Truck fixed under warranty. Jody and Tracy sending us off tonight with ...
... Not that I spotted much evidence of that. But there's a charming, if quiet in the rain, town centre, and the river runs to one side of the highway, with trails and tracks to explore and get a little muddy on. There's a dam, with rushing water cascading down from a very full river. One small dock is nearly underwater, as if to show the ...