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Apr 29, 2017 - Visit A. May and then onward to Nehalem

5/1 We arrived in Tigard at A. May's and were met by Molly, her daughter, as she was receiving med. equipment related to hospice care. When we arrived the driver of a medical supply truck was parked in front of the house. At first , I feared we were too late but Molly assured us that, although she was not feeling well, Aunt May was looking forward to seeing us which indeed was the case. She was in pain from issues related to her legs, the doctor having told her that he could treat the symptoms or amputate. Aunt May opted for pain relief....

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Mar 9, 2017 - To Joe's

After leaving Connie's we headed towards the coast and Nehalem...rain...RAIN! Not just showers, downpours! Wet, wet wet... Arrived after noon and met Joe's roommate, Emily. Had a fine dinner and chatted alot. Still raining out... 3/10 Stopped raining and we went to Emily's work place at the recycling center and then to the beach for a wonderful walk...

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Jan 9, 2012 - Nahelem, OR

Visit to friends Joe & Gail Balden. Their friend Terry Fullan finally gave me a perspective of what others truely think of our travels when he said upon leaving, "I've had almost as much fun talking with you as when I'm playing penny ante poker!" Now all I need s someone who enjoys this game to interpret what this means!? Aug 17,2017 @ 11am...@Lincoln City, OR Nov 14, 2012 @ 6 am.:-) .sunrise 5:34 am

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Dec 17, 2009 - Nehalem, OR

To Joe and Gayl Balden's...fellow travelers and appreciators of life in general. It is such a great joy to laugh and enjoy travel exchanges with people, and especially when they have a similar background/point of reference. Of course, it helps when our views of the world coincide as well i.e. political/social/economic point of view. Loved our stay, tho too short as it seems is always the case.

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Oct 4, 2009 - A wonderful Oregon State Park

. We couldn’t have asked for a better travel day for the 98-mile drive to our latest destination, Nehalem Bay State Park in Oregon. Although a bit cooler than past days, skies were mostly clear and we encountered no wind whatsoever. All packed and ready to go by 9:30 AM, we pulled out of the park in Newport stopping along side Len and Nancy’s rig in the dry camping area. We said our good-byes and drove onto the Yaquina Bay Bridge with Len snapping a few quick photos of our little home passing over the span. He emailed the photos and I have...

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