August 28, 2013 – In and Around Pacific City Thousand Trails

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This summer the Oregon Coast has looked like this nearly every day. We had a hot May and a nice June, then clouds and rain four to six days a week. We have been posting lots of blue sky and hiding indoors on cloudy days, but one can’t stay inside forever, he’ll grow mold!  This week we are enjoying the tumultuous seas, and the waves pounding the rocky shoreline.
This summer the Oregon Coast has looked like this nearly every day. We had a hot May and a nice June, then clouds and rain four to six days a week. We have been posting lots of blue sky and hiding indoors on cloudy days, but one can’t stay inside forever, he’ll grow mold! This week we are enjoying the tumultuous seas, and the waves pounding the rocky shoreline.
Sarah is never deterred by cold weather, swimming is great no matter the weather.
Sarah is never deterred by cold weather, swimming is great no matter the weather.
There was a rock arch that spanned the cliff and the rock above this wave a season ago. The stormy seas, brought the arch to its ruin. We will miss the arch.
There was a rock arch that spanned the cliff and the rock above this wave a season ago. The stormy seas, brought the arch to its ruin. We will miss the arch.
The sky is starting to break, maybe nice days are coming
The sky is starting to break, maybe nice days are coming

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We arrive back in our campsite in Pacific City just in time to watch the sunset out the back window of the RV.
We arrive back in our campsite in Pacific City just in time to watch the sunset out the back window of the RV.
Red sky at night is a sailors delight. She is not exactly a sailor, but this is delight. A perfectly blue day.
Red sky at night is a sailors delight. She is not exactly a sailor, but this is delight. A perfectly blue day.
The Pacific City Thousand Trails Park  Beach has a beautiful tide pool that shows up at tides less than 1 foot. Minus tides should be really cool, but we have yet to see a minus tide here.
The Pacific City Thousand Trails Park Beach has a beautiful tide pool that shows up at tides less than 1 foot. Minus tides should be really cool, but we have yet to see a minus tide here.
Men with a death wish are commonplace; Rocks and waves seem to attract them.
Men with a death wish are commonplace; Rocks and waves seem to attract them.
Flying is a popular activity on windy days
Flying is a popular activity on windy days
This guy is wind surfing. That looks like work, especially if his kite were to get gnarled in a wave.
This guy is wind surfing. That looks like work, especially if his kite were to get gnarled in a wave.

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This guy is wind surfing. That looks like work, especially if his kite were to get gnarled in a wave.
This guy is wind surfing. That looks like work, especially if his kite were to get gnarled in a wave.
Eighty miles away in down town Portland. I am taking pictures out the window of Dornbecher Children’s Hospital of the city and parking structures. Over the next month, we will be making a lot of trips here to get some of Holly’s medical issues resolved. This is probably the best medical facility available to kids in Oregon.  Staying in a Thousand Trails Park while getting medical care such as this though, is not a good idea. If you have to be in the big city, and you need to stay late or arrive very early, and the Rangers during their patrols notice you are gone from your campsite, they will believe you were not in at all during the night.  All three coastal parks have a $32.00 per night fine for each night they believe you are gone. Some of the parks will also ask you to leave.  We as a result will be moving the RV to the Portland area for most of Holly’s care.  Saves driving too.
Eighty miles away in down town Portland. I am taking pictures out the window of Dornbecher Children’s Hospital of the city and parking structures. Over the next month, we will be making a lot of trips here to get some of Holly’s medical issues resolved. This is probably the best medical facility available to kids in Oregon. Staying in a Thousand Trails Park while getting medical care such as this though, is not a good idea. If you have to be in the big city, and you need to stay late or arrive very early, and the Rangers during their patrols notice you are gone from your campsite, they will believe you were not in at all during the night. All three coastal parks have a $32.00 per night fine for each night they believe you are gone. Some of the parks will also ask you to leave. We as a result will be moving the RV to the Portland area for most of Holly’s care. Saves driving too.
When you spend the day getting poked and prodded by medical scientists, one needs to blow off steam. What better way is there than to go out and learn to shoot a gun. A family member is standing by Holly teaching her the basics.  You can’t see him though because he is invisible to cameras.  Holly is shooting my first rifle. I bought it from O’connors gun shop in Baker Oregon  for $39.00.  I just turned 12 and finished my hunters safety education. I think the shop owner even gave me slight discount for having the card. This rifle has a very unique feature. It will not take a clip and will only hold one bullet at a time, and I like it that way. The rifle being a single shot is a valuable training gun.  Not because it is safer, as one bullet can hurt someone just as easily as 12. The gun is a better trainer because you only get one shot, so you need to make it count! That, is  learning gun control.
When you spend the day getting poked and prodded by medical scientists, one needs to blow off steam. What better way is there than to go out and learn to shoot a gun. A family member is standing by Holly teaching her the basics. You can’t see him though because he is invisible to cameras. Holly is shooting my first rifle. I bought it from O’connors gun shop in Baker Oregon for $39.00. I just turned 12 and finished my hunters safety education. I think the shop owner even gave me slight discount for having the card. This rifle has a very unique feature. It will not take a clip and will only hold one bullet at a time, and I like it that way. The rifle being a single shot is a valuable training gun. Not because it is safer, as one bullet can hurt someone just as easily as 12. The gun is a better trainer because you only get one shot, so you need to make it count! That, is learning gun control.
   « Young L??? Ankeny Wildlife Preserve, Ocean Side State Park 9/12/2013 – Seaside, Oregon »   August 28, 2013 – In and Around Pacific City Thousand Trails Published August 28, 2013 | By Athena Or Darin     1This summer the Oregon Coast has looked like this nearly every day. We had a hot May and a nice June, then clouds and rain four to six days a week. We have been posting lots of blue sky and hiding indoors on cloudy days, but one can’t stay inside forever, he’ll grow mold!  This week we are enjoying the tumultuous seas, and the waves pounding the rocky shoreline. 2Sarah is never deterred by cold weather, swimming is great no matter the weather. 3There was a rock arch that spanned the cliff and the rock above this wave a season ago. The stormy seas, brought the arch to its ruin. We will miss the arch. 4The sky is starting to break, maybe nice days are coming 5 6We arrive back in our campsite in Pacific City just in time to watch the sunset out the back window of the RV. 7Red sky at night is a sailors delight. She is not exactly a sailor, but this is delight. A perfectly blue day. 8The Pacific City Thousand Trails Park  Beach has a beautiful tide pool that shows up at tides less than 1 foot. Minus tides should be really cool, but we have yet to see a minus tide here. 9Men with a death wish are commonplace; Rocks and waves seem to attract them. 10Flying is a popular activity on windy days 11 12 13This guy is wind surfing. That looks like work, especially if his kite were to get gnarled in a wave. 14Eighty miles away in down town Portland. I am taking pictures out the window of Dornbecher Children’s Hospital of the city and parking structures. Over the next month, we will be making a lot of trips here to get some of Holly’s medical issues resolved. This is probably the best medical facility available to kids in Oregon.  Staying in a Thousand Trails Park while getting medical care such as this though, is not a good idea. If you have to be in the big city, and you need to stay late or arrive very early, and the Rangers during their patrols notice you are gone from your campsite, they will believe you were not in at all during the night.  All three coastal parks have a $32.00 per night fine for each night they believe you are gone. Some of the parks will also ask you to leave.  We as a result will be moving the RV to the Portland area for most of Holly’s care.  Saves driving too. 15When you spend the day getting poked and prodded by medical scientists, one needs to blow off steam. What better way is there than to go out and learn to shoot a gun. A family member is standing by Holly teaching her the basics.  You can’t see him though because he is invisible to cameras.  Holly is shooting my first rifle. I bought it from O’connors gun shop in Baker Oregon  for $39.00.  I just turned 12 and finished my hunters safety education. I think the shop owner even gave me slight discount for having the card. This rifle has a very unique feature. It will not take a clip and will only hold one bullet at a time, and I like it that way. The rifle being a single shot is a valuable training gun.  Not because it is safer, as one bullet can hurt someone just as easily as 12. The gun is a better trainer because you only get one shot, so you need to make it count! That, is  learning gun control. 16Holly is giving an AK-15 a try. These guns have a magazine with a little more capacity than my rifle.  They still only shoot one shot at a time, but if you are really fast at pulling the trigger, it reloads rapidly and you can fool someone into thinking you have a machine gun. Very fun, the wow factor is high, and the ego emissions are off the charts.

« Young L??? Ankeny Wildlife Preserve, Ocean Side State Park
9/12/2013 – Seaside, Oregon »
August 28, 2013 – In and Around Pacific City Thousand Trails
Published August 28, 2013 | By Athena Or Darin
1This summer the Oregon Coast has looked like this nearly every day. We had a hot May and a nice June, then clouds and rain four to six days a week. We have been posting lots of blue sky and hiding indoors on cloudy days, but one can’t stay inside forever, he’ll grow mold! This week we are enjoying the tumultuous seas, and the waves pounding the rocky shoreline. 2Sarah is never deterred by cold weather, swimming is great no matter the weather. 3There was a rock arch that spanned the cliff and the rock above this wave a season ago. The stormy seas, brought the arch to its ruin. We will miss the arch. 4The sky is starting to break, maybe nice days are coming 5 6We arrive back in our campsite in Pacific City just in time to watch the sunset out the back window of the RV. 7Red sky at night is a sailors delight. She is not exactly a sailor, but this is delight. A perfectly blue day. 8The Pacific City Thousand Trails Park Beach has a beautiful tide pool that shows up at tides less than 1 foot. Minus tides should be really cool, but we have yet to see a minus tide here. 9Men with a death wish are commonplace; Rocks and waves seem to attract them. 10Flying is a popular activity on windy days 11 12 13This guy is wind surfing. That looks like work, especially if his kite were to get gnarled in a wave. 14Eighty miles away in down town Portland. I am taking pictures out the window of Dornbecher Children’s Hospital of the city and parking structures. Over the next month, we will be making a lot of trips here to get some of Holly’s medical issues resolved. This is probably the best medical facility available to kids in Oregon. Staying in a Thousand Trails Park while getting medical care such as this though, is not a good idea. If you have to be in the big city, and you need to stay late or arrive very early, and the Rangers during their patrols notice you are gone from your campsite, they will believe you were not in at all during the night. All three coastal parks have a $32.00 per night fine for each night they believe you are gone. Some of the parks will also ask you to leave. We as a result will be moving the RV to the Portland area for most of Holly’s care. Saves driving too. 15When you spend the day getting poked and prodded by medical scientists, one needs to blow off steam. What better way is there than to go out and learn to shoot a gun. A family member is standing by Holly teaching her the basics. You can’t see him though because he is invisible to cameras. Holly is shooting my first rifle. I bought it from O’connors gun shop in Baker Oregon for $39.00. I just turned 12 and finished my hunters safety education. I think the shop owner even gave me slight discount for having the card. This rifle has a very unique feature. It will not take a clip and will only hold one bullet at a time, and I like it that way. The rifle being a single shot is a valuable training gun. Not because it is safer, as one bullet can hurt someone just as easily as 12. The gun is a better trainer because you only get one shot, so you need to make it count! That, is learning gun control. 16Holly is giving an AK-15 a try. These guns have a magazine with a little more capacity than my rifle. They still only shoot one shot at a time, but if you are really fast at pulling the trigger, it reloads rapidly and you can fool someone into thinking you have a machine gun. Very fun, the wow factor is high, and the ego emissions are off the charts.
   « Young L??? Ankeny Wildlife Preserve, Ocean Side State Park 9/12/2013 – Seaside, Oregon »   August 28, 2013 – In and Around Pacific City Thousand Trails Published August 28, 2013 | By Athena Or Darin     1This summer the Oregon Coast has looked like this nearly every day. We had a hot May and a nice June, then clouds and rain four to six days a week. We have been posting lots of blue sky and hiding indoors on cloudy days, but one can’t stay inside forever, he’ll grow mold!  This week we are enjoying the tumultuous seas, and the waves pounding the rocky shoreline. 2Sarah is never deterred by cold weather, swimming is great no matter the weather. 3There was a rock arch that spanned the cliff and the rock above this wave a season ago. The stormy seas, brought the arch to its ruin. We will miss the arch. 4The sky is starting to break, maybe nice days are coming 5 6We arrive back in our campsite in Pacific City just in time to watch the sunset out the back window of the RV. 7Red sky at night is a sailors delight. She is not exactly a sailor, but this is delight. A perfectly blue day. 8The Pacific City Thousand Trails Park  Beach has a beautiful tide pool that shows up at tides less than 1 foot. Minus tides should be really cool, but we have yet to see a minus tide here. 9Men with a death wish are commonplace; Rocks and waves seem to attract them. 10Flying is a popular activity on windy days 11 12 13This guy is wind surfing. That looks like work, especially if his kite were to get gnarled in a wave. 14Eighty miles away in down town Portland. I am taking pictures out the window of Dornbecher Children’s Hospital of the city and parking structures. Over the next month, we will be making a lot of trips here to get some of Holly’s medical issues resolved. This is probably the best medical facility available to kids in Oregon.  Staying in a Thousand Trails Park while getting medical care such as this though, is not a good idea. If you have to be in the big city, and you need to stay late or arrive very early, and the Rangers during their patrols notice you are gone from your campsite, they will believe you were not in at all during the night.  All three coastal parks have a $32.00 per night fine for each night they believe you are gone. Some of the parks will also ask you to leave.  We as a result will be moving the RV to the Portland area for most of Holly’s care.  Saves driving too. 15When you spend the day getting poked and prodded by medical scientists, one needs to blow off steam. What better way is there than to go out and learn to shoot a gun. A family member is standing by Holly teaching her the basics.  You can’t see him though because he is invisible to cameras.  Holly is shooting my first rifle. I bought it from O’connors gun shop in Baker Oregon  for $39.00.  I just turned 12 and finished my hunters safety education. I think the shop owner even gave me slight discount for having the card. This rifle has a very unique feature. It will not take a clip and will only hold one bullet at a time, and I like it that way. The rifle being a single shot is a valuable training gun.  Not because it is safer, as one bullet can hurt someone just as easily as 12. The gun is a better trainer because you only get one shot, so you need to make it count! That, is  learning gun control. 16Holly is giving an AK-15 a try. These guns have a magazine with a little more capacity than my rifle.  They still only shoot one shot at a time, but if you are really fast at pulling the trigger, it reloads rapidly and you can fool someone into thinking you have a machine gun. Very fun, the wow factor is high, and the ego emissions are off the charts.  17Holly gives a 22 caliber hand gun a try. These are very portable, don’t have the look and feel of the AK-15, but you can get just as many of the same caliber shots fired per second.  Really though these guns are fun, and useful trainers, but low on ego emissions

« Young L??? Ankeny Wildlife Preserve, Ocean Side State Park
9/12/2013 – Seaside, Oregon »
August 28, 2013 – In and Around Pacific City Thousand Trails
Published August 28, 2013 | By Athena Or Darin
1This summer the Oregon Coast has looked like this nearly every day. We had a hot May and a nice June, then clouds and rain four to six days a week. We have been posting lots of blue sky and hiding indoors on cloudy days, but one can’t stay inside forever, he’ll grow mold! This week we are enjoying the tumultuous seas, and the waves pounding the rocky shoreline. 2Sarah is never deterred by cold weather, swimming is great no matter the weather. 3There was a rock arch that spanned the cliff and the rock above this wave a season ago. The stormy seas, brought the arch to its ruin. We will miss the arch. 4The sky is starting to break, maybe nice days are coming 5 6We arrive back in our campsite in Pacific City just in time to watch the sunset out the back window of the RV. 7Red sky at night is a sailors delight. She is not exactly a sailor, but this is delight. A perfectly blue day. 8The Pacific City Thousand Trails Park Beach has a beautiful tide pool that shows up at tides less than 1 foot. Minus tides should be really cool, but we have yet to see a minus tide here. 9Men with a death wish are commonplace; Rocks and waves seem to attract them. 10Flying is a popular activity on windy days 11 12 13This guy is wind surfing. That looks like work, especially if his kite were to get gnarled in a wave. 14Eighty miles away in down town Portland. I am taking pictures out the window of Dornbecher Children’s Hospital of the city and parking structures. Over the next month, we will be making a lot of trips here to get some of Holly’s medical issues resolved. This is probably the best medical facility available to kids in Oregon. Staying in a Thousand Trails Park while getting medical care such as this though, is not a good idea. If you have to be in the big city, and you need to stay late or arrive very early, and the Rangers during their patrols notice you are gone from your campsite, they will believe you were not in at all during the night. All three coastal parks have a $32.00 per night fine for each night they believe you are gone. Some of the parks will also ask you to leave. We as a result will be moving the RV to the Portland area for most of Holly’s care. Saves driving too. 15When you spend the day getting poked and prodded by medical scientists, one needs to blow off steam. What better way is there than to go out and learn to shoot a gun. A family member is standing by Holly teaching her the basics. You can’t see him though because he is invisible to cameras. Holly is shooting my first rifle. I bought it from O’connors gun shop in Baker Oregon for $39.00. I just turned 12 and finished my hunters safety education. I think the shop owner even gave me slight discount for having the card. This rifle has a very unique feature. It will not take a clip and will only hold one bullet at a time, and I like it that way. The rifle being a single shot is a valuable training gun. Not because it is safer, as one bullet can hurt someone just as easily as 12. The gun is a better trainer because you only get one shot, so you need to make it count! That, is learning gun control. 16Holly is giving an AK-15 a try. These guns have a magazine with a little more capacity than my rifle. They still only shoot one shot at a time, but if you are really fast at pulling the trigger, it reloads rapidly and you can fool someone into thinking you have a machine gun. Very fun, the wow factor is high, and the ego emissions are off the charts. 17Holly gives a 22 caliber hand gun a try. These are very portable, don’t have the look and feel of the AK-15, but you can get just as many of the same caliber shots fired per second. Really though these guns are fun, and useful trainers, but low on ego emissions
Sarah is giving the hand gun a try. She is pretty good
Sarah is giving the hand gun a try. She is pretty good
Our target was fully painted and new a few hours ago. Lead sure makes quick work on a paint job.
Our target was fully painted and new a few hours ago. Lead sure makes quick work on a paint job.
22 Caliber firearms make this box look like the front of our car after we towed it behind the RV on a freshly oiled road. Putting holes in the box was fun. Finding them in the front of our new car, was not. Lesson, less driving, more shooting with friends and family. Our thanks go out to the family members who took the time to show us the an empty forest service road in the Grande Rhone area. We really enjoyed our time together with you making a whole lot of noise in the woods.
22 Caliber firearms make this box look like the front of our car after we towed it behind the RV on a freshly oiled road. Putting holes in the box was fun. Finding them in the front of our new car, was not. Lesson, less driving, more shooting with friends and family. Our thanks go out to the family members who took the time to show us the an empty forest service road in the Grande Rhone area. We really enjoyed our time together with you making a whole lot of noise in the woods.
Five bucks, a little good luck and a Dune, you too can waste your life away.
Five bucks, a little good luck and a Dune, you too can waste your life away.
And what a way to do it. Just down the hill from the RV on the beach dune below one can really go. Who says you need snow? I wonder if she was texting John?
And what a way to do it. Just down the hill from the RV on the beach dune below one can really go. Who says you need snow? I wonder if she was texting John?
Jae joined us for a few days and took us mini golfing at the lodge. This is one of the better mini golfs in Thousand Trails. Jae’s the guy at the end, he is the smart one at the end of the fairway, has a great education, and is single. If your female and that appeals to you, should contact him. His name is Jae and he lives in the Portland Metro area,
Jae joined us for a few days and took us mini golfing at the lodge. This is one of the better mini golfs in Thousand Trails. Jae’s the guy at the end, he is the smart one at the end of the fairway, has a great education, and is single. If your female and that appeals to you, should contact him. His name is Jae and he lives in the Portland Metro area,
The modern campfire.  The male adult has a hand held video game thingy, The older girl is texting her John, and the younger is playing video games on the Kindle while mother makes hamburger on the BBQ in the background. I wonder if they would have noticed had I put the fire out?
The modern campfire. The male adult has a hand held video game thingy, The older girl is texting her John, and the younger is playing video games on the Kindle while mother makes hamburger on the BBQ in the background. I wonder if they would have noticed had I put the fire out?
Moving day, heading north up the coast. My prayer “Lord, show me you are still looking out for us. I am feeling that as rough as things have been lately maybe we drifted from your sight.” Well, the Lord answers prayers in mysterious ways. We were driving north on hwy 101 and just north of Manzanita we picked up an aggressive tailgater, a red double trailer dump truck.  We were traveling about 45 mph (Our throttle was wide open, it is all we had -should have listed to Gregg when he said a 350 cummins was not enough) when we crested the hill, the dump truck was trying make a meal of the Honda we were towing. Just then a sign showed up “Slow moving vehicle turn out” law requires slow moving vehicles to move over.  So I did! That it turned out was a very bad decision, as the turn out came fully into view, there was a surprise. A man and his wife parked their car in the turn out and were down the highway a ways taking pictures. I applied the brake, giving her all I had. I could not pull back in the highway, the other cars were in the lane, so I chose to run it out and dodge the car and go 10 wheeling, hoping we would still have our teeth when we landed. All ten wheels had their breaks fully applied and I steered into the brush aiming for the point with the most road way. Strangely we came in for a soft landing. The girls woke up and wondered if we were boon docking.  In the circle on this image is a flat rock, we had lost just enough inertia, to where this 3′ rock slanted up and acted as the perfect wheel chock. We came to rest just 2′ or less from a drainage ditch and and a bunch of downed tress that would have trashed the rig.  The car, was parked about 10′ up the side of the rig, unscathed, the man and his wife, were still taking pictures, but soon came and asked if we were sane, and when the answer was yes they split. (We must have scared them, I think we must be scary people.) From this we learned 1. God is with us, but asking Him about it, might yield an interesting answer. 2. Make sure you have a 500 to a 1000 pounds less weight than the rig label says you can have, your breaks might need the headroom in emergency stops, or in this case an emergency stop on a steep down grade. 3. On down hill runs take your chances with the law, let the tailgater tailgate, and keep going until you find a turn out where the highway department considered your size and weight, and made it clear enough to see if photographers might have left there car in it. The great thing, no one was hurt, the rig did not suffer a scratch. Lastly the ground was solid under the rear dually and after disconnecting the car, we were able to get back out of the dirt under our own power.
Moving day, heading north up the coast. My prayer “Lord, show me you are still looking out for us. I am feeling that as rough as things have been lately maybe we drifted from your sight.” Well, the Lord answers prayers in mysterious ways. We were driving north on hwy 101 and just north of Manzanita we picked up an aggressive tailgater, a red double trailer dump truck. We were traveling about 45 mph (Our throttle was wide open, it is all we had -should have listed to Gregg when he said a 350 cummins was not enough) when we crested the hill, the dump truck was trying make a meal of the Honda we were towing. Just then a sign showed up “Slow moving vehicle turn out” law requires slow moving vehicles to move over. So I did! That it turned out was a very bad decision, as the turn out came fully into view, there was a surprise. A man and his wife parked their car in the turn out and were down the highway a ways taking pictures. I applied the brake, giving her all I had. I could not pull back in the highway, the other cars were in the lane, so I chose to run it out and dodge the car and go 10 wheeling, hoping we would still have our teeth when we landed. All ten wheels had their breaks fully applied and I steered into the brush aiming for the point with the most road way. Strangely we came in for a soft landing. The girls woke up and wondered if we were boon docking. In the circle on this image is a flat rock, we had lost just enough inertia, to where this 3′ rock slanted up and acted as the perfect wheel chock. We came to rest just 2′ or less from a drainage ditch and and a bunch of downed tress that would have trashed the rig. The car, was parked about 10′ up the side of the rig, unscathed, the man and his wife, were still taking pictures, but soon came and asked if we were sane, and when the answer was yes they split. (We must have scared them, I think we must be scary people.) From this we learned 1. God is with us, but asking Him about it, might yield an interesting answer. 2. Make sure you have a 500 to a 1000 pounds less weight than the rig label says you can have, your breaks might need the headroom in emergency stops, or in this case an emergency stop on a steep down grade. 3. On down hill runs take your chances with the law, let the tailgater tailgate, and keep going until you find a turn out where the highway department considered your size and weight, and made it clear enough to see if photographers might have left there car in it. The great thing, no one was hurt, the rig did not suffer a scratch. Lastly the ground was solid under the rear dually and after disconnecting the car, we were able to get back out of the dirt under our own power.
Sarah, wondering if she can drive this thing. Mom and Dad have got to be nuts.
Sarah, wondering if she can drive this thing. Mom and Dad have got to be nuts.
Getting settled into camp, we went to town to do laundry. Afterwards, we settled into this fine dining establishment with a nice bay view for supper.
Getting settled into camp, we went to town to do laundry. Afterwards, we settled into this fine dining establishment with a nice bay view for supper.
But they were out of all chicken and chicken like products. Since the kids only come here for the chicken. We left.
But they were out of all chicken and chicken like products. Since the kids only come here for the chicken. We left.
I found them a new dining establishment, looks like a public shower room from the 80′s converted to a dining room.
I found them a new dining establishment, looks like a public shower room from the 80′s converted to a dining room.
They have chicken though! and if you get there early enough, it is cheap too! Good Evening and Good Night…………………
They have chicken though! and if you get there early enough, it is cheap too!
Good Evening and Good Night…………………
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