As mentioned in a previous post, Jenna’s favorite princess is Merida. She loves her because she seems somewhat unkempt. She doesn’t like to follow the rules if it seems to take away from the freedom of being her. Jenna and Merida have a lot in common. But I think she has way more in common with Princess Melody.
Princess Melody is the offspring of Eric and Ariel from Little Mermaid. Ariel was a mermaid who wished to have legs while her daughter was opposite – a human who wished to have fins. If Jenna could live in the water 24/7, she would. She has always liked water.
The last area where we spent the night was in Beaverton. It had a fountain and it had a pool. Unfortunately the pool does not open until Memorial weekend – and only if the weather permits. Jenna was very disappointed with our second choice of lodging. Roland and I were both very tired by the time we checked in. Roland had driven more than 500 miles. I just don’t do well on concrete beds.
I never sleep well while on vacation. I can’t sleep flat. Doesn’t matter the price of the room. From my experience, all the beds I’ve slept on with paid lodging have felt like concrete. Beth’s guest room bed may have been softer – but then she couldn’t offer a pool for Jenna or a spa – which is something that she says she and Graham miss.
Even if the pool had been opened, we probably wouldn’t have let Jenna go as neither one of us wanted to – even for a spa. The lodging offered a breakfast, but it was not pick and choose as the first one had been. Jenna was disappointed with that as well. It was a good day for us to check out and return to Salt Lake – at least for the time being.