Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Meets' started by A Litle Pixie Dust, Oct 20, 2011.
anyone else out there?
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I wouldn't want to be accused of not helping
Great news--pretty exciting!
Looks like you made it to 200! Congrats
Is anyone lurking?
Is this page 100?
Congratulations. Almost there and then you can breathe again.
I'll hang my head in shame. As a teacher in a Catholic school I should have realised that!
Maybe if they were done up as a file and we can print them ourselves onto transfer paper and do them at home?
Is anyone on the cruise from Oregon? We're looking at driving from Seattle to LA and would like to explore from Seattle to San Francisco. We will have almost a week to spend touring going on my estimations. I'd love some ideas of must-see and must-do things.
QUOTE=philatiger;47139332]We got good news today. We have passed all the hurdles with the house and we are a go. We close on Jan 29th.
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Congrats...very happy for you.
we did it!!
Well today will be kinda of quiet day here, just going to go to work and have lunch with the girls...they wanted me to bring Isabella in when she got here, so thats are very exciting plans for today.
Have a good one
I gave up waiting last night I didn't want to take all the glory
I would go to Yosemite, definitely.
Thanks, that was very kind of you Angie
Happy almost Friday!!!!
I don't live in Oregon but live near San Francisco. In winter some of the roads in the northwest can get pretty bad (depending on how much it rains or snows). It's pretty hard to predict in advance, however. Some years are pretty dry and other years we get lots of precipitation. This year there were road closures on Interstate 5 (the main road) around Christmas time. You may want to take that into consideration as I'm guessing you will be here during our winter. Most of San Francisco to LA should be fine. This is a LOT of area to try and cover in just 1 week. You might consider focusing on seeing a smaller area in more depth. If you have any specific questions I can answer I'd be happy to help.
My mom and I visited Portland in the spring not too long ago. The Columbia River Gorge is a beautiful area and shouldn't be missed. There is a lot to see right outside of Portland, OR.
Hope that helps a bit--Angie
Would part if it be closed if it snows? We went to Yellowstone just after New Years last year and it was closed to all but snow coaches.
Thank you. We did the San Fran to LA drive last year and we thought we would see Seattle to San Fran this time. We've got friends just out of SF that we will see then just drive straight to Anaheim from there. I'd like to see Butchart Gardens, the SkyNeedle, the redwoods or sequoias and some other things. I've sent away to the Oregon tourism people for some brochures. I emailed last night so they should be here in a few weeks.
I would love to go see Yellowstone...
Sounds very fun, I never heard of the sky needle, I would like to visit the redwoods myself.... Happy planning!
We haven't been north of SF either. Would love to see the Butchart gardens and the redwoods. Wine country up there too if you love wine.
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