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... contained, and be able to park and go anywhere I desire.
My friend and I want to do much of our traveling together, but we both want our own rigs, so she will get a similar vehicle and we will caravan together and/or go off on our own if and when we desire. I can't wait for our adventures to begin!
So many things to decide, but it's fun and gives me lots to think about while ...
More gorgeous driving through lush pine forests, then into the desert, over the hills and back into more lush forests of Oregon before reaching east Portland. And all this after a quick stop in Bend for lunch at the Deschutes micro brewery, where Alex enjoyed a boozy birthday lunch as he knew Eli was behind the wheel for the afternoon drive :) Our waiter was charming, offered Alex his first beer, and made great recommendations on the menu. Bend is a cute little ...
... knows the experience he wants and he expresses that without any doubt on his part. It has become my little mantra...NO! (Hand up, of corse), when I feel that old pull to sublimate my feelings. I'm done starving, while I feed others, smug in my ability to deny myself. I can be both honest and kind. In fact I have a sneaking suspicion that if I began to acknowledge and care for my experience I will feel more ...
... fuss about finding one of those places. And I carry many snacks.
But back in the day, before the existence of someone who will only eat so few things, I used to spend substantial time cruising for a restaurant that struck my fancy. I think we walked for over an hour in Zaragosa, Spain until we saw all our choices in that town and finally picked one. We probably ...
Scandinavia Trip, August 16;
As I write this blog, we are on a huge ferry, heading north across the beautiful Kattegat, a body of water between Frederikshavn, Denmark, toward the Swedish city of Gothenburg, the second largest city in Sweden. Last night we stayed in a brand new Scandic Hotel, just recently completed in Denmark’s second largest city, Arhus (pronounced “Oar-hoos”).
Our days always begin with a ...