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... River which the party had descended in 1805. This shortcut is now called The Forgotten
Trail but I went looking by heading north of Touchet WA on a back country
road. I found a heritage marker where
the Corps camped on April 30, 1806.
They then followed the Touchet River to what is now the town of
Waitsburg and I stopped at Lewis and Clark Trail State Park ...
... free shower caps you get at a hotel. (Another Pinterest find I've actually used!) I also put all my toiletries, liquids, and medicines in this carry-on so I can easily access them when going through security.
And finally, I keep all the iPhone and iPad charging cords, ear buds, and electrical converters all together in one bright green bag that is easily accessible. I learned to do that after going through ...
... all good from my end. But I need your help. If you receive this as an e-mail, I'd love to know that because I am not sure if that part of the set-up is working. That said, comments anytime are always appreciated. Just type them in where it says "Add Comment." In the end, all my posts including reader comments will be published in a hardcover book as a journal of my trip. I'd love to include your comments in my book. (For my personal recollection only.)
... it on Facebook and from there people can open it to read it. For those not on FB, you can receive notice via your e-mail and click on a link to open the TravelPod blog. That's why I am doing this test blog to see how all that works.
I also have to figure out how to insert pictures within the text. Hmmmmm, I already uploaded photos, but I don't see them here. Ah-ha! I just noticed a box to the right that says ...
... do is put my head down and press on. I try to pretend the winds are not there, but so far it has not worked.
Along with toil comes reward. I am now 230 hard miles closer to home with 2 states 'conquered' behind me. I have traveled amongst the unimaginable beauty of the pure green hills and found the simple joys of coasting a bicycle down them to still be one of my very favorite things in life.