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While California seemed never ending, Oregon is going by scary fast. The lakes, the trees, and the smooth terrain have made Oregon quite pleasant to walk through. the challenge of walking through Oregon is the moquitoes, but they surprisingly weren't consistently an issue.
my favorite part of Oregon thus far was most defiantly the 3 sisters wilderness. it was a rustic forest full of beautiul forested lakes full ...
... blue water for a full day it was time to leave so we retraced our steps North this time stopping at Bend for the night. Bend is a nice leafy town, very organic - vegan embracing (even the kids menus had vegan/vegetarian/gluten free options). Main event was finding a kids' hairdresser for Cameron to have a haircut which went down a treat.
Before leaving Bend we made time to visit the High Desert Museum which completely exceeded our expectations. Highlights were ...
... we decided to reverse the trip route and ride over Mckenzie Pass to Sisters instead. This was a big deal because the pass from the west is much steeper than from the east. We climbed for over 4 hrs. Much of it soaked because of the the 100% humidity, and the last 1.5 hrs. it actually rained on us. It stopped before the summit! Yeah! I was so cold by the descent that talked Dennis into a hotel in ...
... and finally to Paris, from where we will catch our Delta return flight to Seattle and finally to Bend. We will be back home July 11th, 2012 An interview with Gus Schlepp
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... Phung from Sacramento. We drove over the very impressive golden gate bridge and onto Sacramento. It was awesome to see Lisa after four long months and to have her join the infamous road trip. We thought we would break her in gently with a short hour and a half drive to the beautiful Napa valley. A few wine tastings and a delicious lunch and we were well on our way catching up.
On our first day of exploring northern California ...