September 11, 2008

Barbara Payne was the leader on this trip, and Liz Reanier was the co-leader. We left Shopko parking lot at 8 a.m. and headed up I-5 for a fun-filled day. Our destination was Woodburn and the Monnier’s Country Garden. They have over 1,300 variety of fuchsias. If you like fuchsias, you should go check them out at the Country Garden. Then it was off to the Oktoberfest in Mount Angel. There, we all went our own way with lots to see and lots to eat. With tired feet, we climbed on board the bus at 3 p.m. and headed for home. Our bus driver was Richard Patch.

Riders were members: Don Baldwin, Sharon Cutsforth, Jim Duncan, Sharon Duncan, RoseMary Etter, Barbara Flanders, Dennis Flanders, Dora Harris, Kess Hottle, Janet Jacobsen, John Jacobsen, Ben Jeffries, Verna Kochen, John McManigal, Lenore McManigal, Natalie Newlove, Barbara Payne, Don Payne, Virginia Prouty, Liz Reanier and Vera Woolley; and nonmembers: Gary Baber, Reno Del Grande, Connie Dooley, Jean Englund, Jackie Guistina, Barbara Hottle, Juanita Morris, Ruth Warnecki and Barbara Wilson.

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