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Hotels Near Charleston Airport
- a port city in southeastern South Carolina
- dance the Charleston
- A lively dance of the 1920s that involved turning the knees inward and kicking out the lower legs
- state capital of West Virginia in the central part of the state on the Kanawha river
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- An airport is a location where aircraft such as fixed-wing aircraft, helicopters, and blimps takeoff and land. Aircraft may be stored or maintained at an airport.
- A complex of runways and buildings for the takeoff, landing, and maintenance of civil aircraft, with facilities for passengers
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- an airfield equipped with control tower and hangars as well as accommodations for passengers and cargo
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Participants of the Coos Bay, Oregon Ford Institute Leadership Program class delivered by Rural Development Initiatives (RDI). Row two (left to right): Rachel Koski, Samantha Thornton, Shirley Gillham, Steven Broocks, Rollie Lobsinger, Donald Ivy, Naida Hedgepeth, Anna Helland, James, Samuel Schwarz, Rusty Shield. Row one (left to right): Sarah Cooney, Adrienne Scavera, Carolyn Thompson, Barbara Bauder, Karen Fowler, Maggie Kirby (holding sign), Kelly Froats, (holding sign), Dora Daniels, Susan Thornton , Aaron Simons, Frankie Trask, Char Luther, Kathy Hornstuen. Kneeling row (left to right): Molly Ford, Stevie Faye Missin, Summer Hoover, Vicki Wiese Tracy Muday, Mary Fields, Ellen Fields, Rick Keating, Pam Wilson Community Description About Coos Bay North Coos County has rural communities in between forests and sand dunes for dune buggies, horse riding and hiking. North Bend (population @9000) has the Pony Village Mall and the Coos County Airport with a new terminal expansion. There are also parks, old town, new shopping centers and restaurants. North Bend has little room to expand, though there are plans for the aging bay front area. The Coquille Indian Tribe’s Mill Casino and Hotel are here on Highway 101. Last year they opened a nearby RV Park, with plans for further expansion along the waterfront on what used to be log yards, lumber mills and a shipping terminal. North Bend has a high school, middle school, and 2 grade schools. Coos Bay (population @12,000) has Southwestern Oregon Community College and Bay Area Hospital; both still expanding. The town has sprawled from the original downtown area near the bay, with industry and businesses on the outskirts and residential areas north, south, and west, with the bay on the east. Downtown has a boardwalk and moorages for sailing craft and fishing boats. The streets find cars vying for parking spots to visit shops and restaurants. The Coos Art Museum is here, as well as Mingus Park. Coos Bay has a high school, middle school, and three grade schools. South is Bunker Hill with a ship terminal and a lumber yard. Eastside is across the Isthmus Slough Bridge over the Coos River. Also incorporated, is the old town of Empire to the west. Barview District is part of Coos County, north of Empire along the Cape Arago Hwy. It is mostly residential mobile homes, with older homes big and small, old and new, tidy and not, mixed together. Charleston has a drawbridge entering from the north, and from the south is 7-Devils Road. On 7 Devils Road we find South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve with its canoe launch, interpretive center and hiking trails. Charleston (unincorporated) has over 7,000 permanent and many seasonal residents. It is the small boat basin at the entrance of Coos Bay, ideal for fishing, crabbing, and clam digging; a tourist destination spot. There are restaurants, gift shops, and other amenities. The fishing fleet is getting smaller, but some small commercial fishermen still eke out a living and add local color to the area. Oregon Institute of Marine Biology is located here. South of Charleston along Cape Arago the highway goes just 6 more miles. Shore Acres State Park is here with botanical gardens, views of the lighthouse, whales, seals, and seabirds. Beaches with hiking trails along the cliffs and down to tide pools, along with golf, RV and camping opportunities are here. South Coos County contains rural communities and open forest land and Bandon Dunes Golf Resort. The county seat is 20 miles east at Coquille in rural forest, farm, and ranch lands. Thanks to Kathleen Hornstuen.
So Golden Yellow in the Sunshine. Gardenia carinata, Airport Park, Pan Pacific Hotel, KLIA, Sepang, Selangor, Malaysia
For early flights out of KLIA, I've stayed at the airport the night before. Usually though I've arrived after dark. But this afternoon was a glorious one full of sunshine and high, dark, threatening Nimbocumulus clouds, and here I was already. I'd never realised there's such a pleasant park for walking right between the hotel and the airfield proper... So after rooming my duffel bag, I set out right away. Nice borders with a variety of trees, verges with my favorite weeds like Wedelia, Tridax procumbens, and even some sun-dried remains of Merremia hirta. And then there was a row of Gardenia Trees, curving around the perimeter and along a roadway. This is a six-lobed Gardenia carinata. Standing on a pile of ornamental landscaping boulders, I could just grasp a branch with a flower to take a closer look, and, of course, a photograph. ('Hati-hati", be careful, called a lady lawn tender..., and she smiled happily when I ambled over later to show her my photos.) I understand these Gardenias are often planted along streets and roads, and come to think of it, I believe I have on occasion seen them. But then the flowers were to high for me to look at properly. The KLCC park - near the Mosque - also has a couple. The Great Carolus Linnaeus named Gardenias after Alexander Garden (1730-1791). Garden was a Scottish naturalist and physician, who practised in Charleston, South Carolina from 1752 to 1783. A partisan of the British in the American War for Independence, he 'fled' to London, England. During his American years he'd sent many naturalist specimens to Europe, notably also to Linnaeus. Thus the name of these pretty plants, shrubs, trees demonstrates Linnaeus's gratitude. And I myself am grateful too for having come early and seeing this Sunny Wonder up close...