First Baptist Church seniors travel west
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A group of seniors from First Baptist Church vacationed in the West recently. The group was led by senior adult directors Bob and Eloise Crossley.

The seniors flew to Las Vegas and spent the night.

They rode in a motorcoach from Las Vega through the Mojave Desert to Los Angeles. They had a tour of Hollywood, visited the Ronald Reagan Library, toured the Danish town of Solvang, visited Hearst Castle, drove Monterey Bay to the Roaring Camp Railroad and rode the vintage steam train through the Redwood Forest. They had a baarbecue lunch at the camp.

Later, they had a tour of San Francisco, which included a boat cruise to Alcatraz, and had dinner at Fisherman’s Wharf. They traveled the Avenue of the Giants (Redwood Drive), headed toward Eureka and had dinner at Samoa Cookhouse.

They had a buggy ride on the Oregon sand dunes, rode in a motor coach through the Mt. Hood Loop, Columbia River Gorge, Boonville Dam and Mulnomah Falls.

They flew home from Portland.
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