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We picked up our wine club shipment in Sonoma then started to the Santa Rosa area where we had 3 more wineries to pick up from. On the way our little chinchilla passed away. It was hot and he was old. We were so sad, he has been with us for many years but we were glad he was with us and not at home alone.
Of course we hit a ton of road delays, lots of work, lots of delays. Finally we had one winery left, an ...
No driving today.....spent the day exploring the city.
After the beautiful weather of yesterday we woke up to cold and rain. Despite this we wandered down town from the hostel for our 10 am bike tour of the city.
Portland or PDX as it is known to the locals is apparently renowned for its bridges (who knew?) and that was the focus of the tour. For a small city there are 11 ...
... the varied origins of the settlers in their names: In one hour yesterday I passed through: Brownsville, Crawfordville, Holley, Sweet Home, Waterloo, Lebanon, Crabtree, Scio, Stayton, Sublimity and Silverton.
The weather has been consistently warm and sunny and among these quiet villages in the warm sunshine you could almost be back home in England - all very idyllic!
... us on an overnight train to Ngaondere on Saturday night, where we will stay for the first week to work with their organization. This will be a unique experience staying with a host family. Sophie and I will be sharing a room with a large bed and Josh will have a separate room. We will have access to a separate shower and bathroom. I'm looking forward to this experience!
Breaking Ground's ...
... While most people are content to stop and see Horsetail, I knew there were more waterfalls in the area, so we hiked up the Horsetail Falls Trail (438) a short ways up to Gorge Trail (400). It was a little steep getting up there, but the scenery was amazing. We found a tree with a giant hole in the base, big enough for Sandy to crawl into. And occasional breaks in the foliage allowed wonderful views of the Columbia ...
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