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Jun 17, 2016 - from where ever we are

Hello everyone, I have not had a lot to write about as we have moved about a lot. After Draper Utah we went to Declo Idaho for the long Memorial weekend, then one day at Caldwell Idaho before going over into Oregon to Pendleton. We liked it in Pendleton, especially Carl since we were finally at a lower elevation. No trip would be complete without a visit to ER for me. I fell and scraped my leg pretty good so wanted to get some antibiotic. We traveled along the Columbia River Gorge, stopping for the night at the Cascade Locks before...

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Aug 31, 2011 - Russian River

This is a trip to spend Labor Day weekend on the coast at Salt Point, with Madolyn’s brother Gerry and assorted other friends and family. Gerry and his friends from Sacramento come to Salt Point every year at this time to dive for abalone. Gerry is the perfect brother-in-law, a man who loves to dive for abalone but who does not like to eat abalone. The big abalone feed they do on Sunday is famous, and the best part is getting to split up Gerry’s share without having to fight him for it! We got out of our driveway a little after noon on...

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2011Closer 2 Home

Apr 13, 2009 - Duncans Mills Casini Ranch

We are staying at the Casini Ranch RV Park in the tiny town of Duncans Mills. The campground is located on the beautiful Russian River. They have some sites right on the water, but our 40 foot coach is too large to fit into them and they don't have hook-ups. After boondocking for three days, we were ready for all the conveniences. :-) We will be staying here for one week exploring all the surrounding areas. We are only about 50 miles from San Francisco, but have decided not to visit this trip. We have been there a couple of times before...

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Mar 6, 2006 - Outlaws, Desparados and other Ne'er Do Wells!

We spent about a week in Tucson. During that time we were able to visit with good friends from the Redmond area, Chris and Sharon. They had belonged to the Hunter Assoc. of Puget Sound with us and had sold their Hunter sailboat and got a new Itasca the fall of '03, just before we made the big jump! We met them at the Desert Museum along with Chris' mom and stepdad. Had a great time with them, as Sharon and Chris are avid birders and we were able to get a lot of help and pointers as they identified the various species that were there. This...

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