A Room With a View
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... was in order - from ground that was all below 2000' above sea leel, we were on our way up to 10,500' - and as we started climbing, those headwinds came a knocking. Seeing I had plenty of fuel, I decided to go for some extra speed and burn some more fuel, so settled in at 5250rpm and saw some good speeds.
Crossing the Rockies was jolly dramatic, and I hadn't realised it was a series ...
... view points for walks with Minnie along the way) over the Snoqualmie Pass, through the Yakima Valley and into Oregon. I had no intention of getting as far as Oregon and Minnie was pretty put out with me by then, but that's where I ended up; at the Wild Horse Casino in Pendleton with about two dozen other travellers in the parking lot. I slept amazingly well, considering the location and being ...
... painted on the walls of turn-of-the-century buildings.
Pendleton has an underground and you can get a guided tour, but I think we will pass. The tour also takes you to the Working Girls Hotel, which was a brothel - one of 18 in town that made Pendleton famous, along with bootlegging, from the 1880's to the 1960's.
There are old light posts with hanging flowering pots, and the buildings are all well kept. It is obvious that ...
... and the never-ending stream of dog and cat videos. I shed tears of joy and sadness over animal rescue stories from 'Twilight For Dogs' and poignant vignettes from 'Humans of New York.' Similarly, I travel to France several times a week with 'French Girl in Seattle', 'Paris Breakfast' and 'Paris Adele.' Sites like 'Red Tractor Designs' and 'The Heirloom Gardener' inspire and affirm me, while 'Bored Panda' and 'Messy Nessy ...
... are far too many variables such as weather, activity level, and my fluctuating mood to make such a permanent decision as to what I want to wear on any given day. When I was teaching, I always had trouble choosing an outfit to wear just the night before. How did I know how I was going to feel? So to pack for a five week trip was overwhelming. I did get the color coordination trick down pat--basic black with accents of fuchsia, turquoise and white. ...