Campbell House, A City Inn
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... of mind for the rest of the thousand mile trip. Two weeks later I drove back to San Diego for Mom's funeral and my forty-fifth high school reunion. After almost a week with my cousin (who is more like a sister) and a fun Daughters of the American Revolution conference, I headed home to tie up loose ends with my volunteer jobs and start packing. After months of feeling like a hamster on a treadmill I was more than ready for a vacation. Settling into the ...
... We did have a tasty charcuterie platter with it which took the edge off the hungry feeling as well as soaking up the alcohol!
We then paused for lunch. We went back to the town of Dundee where the wine guide we had picked up recommended the Dundee Bistro. This proved to be a good choice. We sat outside though the sun was now high in the sky and the temperature was in the high 30s. Fletcher and I both had pasta, he a puttanesca while I settled for a Garganella which ...
21st June, Crater Lake, Oregon.
I've wanted to see Crater Lake for as long as I can remember, but how often is anticipation followed by anti-climax? Well not in this case. The scenery at the lake is absolutely stunning. extraordinarily beautiful and on a clear day like today you could see for up to 80 miles in all directions with ...
... the HF into my audio panel as COM3, thus allowing me to use my headset with the HF instead of using the hand mic and speaker. I can also more easily monitor the VHF comms with this setup. During my RTW flight, I transitioned from paper charts to e-charts on the iPad. I’m now fully committed to the e-charts, and even bought a second iPad I could carry back and forth to the hotel for flight planning while the primary one stays in the plane. ...
... and so many
crazy streets. Many of the two lane streets have been turned into one-way but they go from two lane to one and back to two (for no reason). For a while, you drive on the right side and a block away you're on the left side. Try watching for pedestrians, light changes and merging traffic when the lanes keep changing, it's nuts....like bumper cars. We left and headed for a scenic drive through Cottage Grove - very ...