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... way this fall 2014 whether its Togwotee pass at
9,658 ft, riding in the ungodly hot sun, trying to sleep in a rain
storm, or just battling headwinds, McKenzie and I are sure to at least
give it our best, try to love each other through the hardship and have a
smile on our face when it’s all said and done.
We appreciate you taking the time to read our story and wish you an awesome day!
Aili Johnston and McKenzie ...
... park ranger guide even pointed out across the river where the end of Oregon Trail had been.
Gary succeeded in expanded our kids culinary horizons. He got them to try Salmon he had smoked. Hunter, my pickiest eater, actually liked it. He also grilled up some salmon & some venison steaks. Both were tasty & Kailtyn enjoyed the venison. Ainsley stuck with the hot dogs!
On Saturday morning, we loaded up again & headed towards Seattle.
... like 9. Nine is late when your camping. I have certainly broken the habit of staying up until the wee hours of the night. No TV and little politics have helped on that score. We got a good start this morning, but had to wait until the sun came around the trees to melt the ice off the tent.
Sadly, no wildlife to speak of. All the elk hunters must have them rattled. We did have Stellar Jays in camp. What we used to call robber jays ...
... a local’s joint, but they weren’t unfriendly – just a bit standoffish. After Billy’s we had dinner at Los Agaves and it was delish. Sisters is fine for a nice walk and shelter for a blustery evening, but not much more unless you plan on heading out to the wilderness to climb one of the titties.
The next morning we took off, going north on our way towards the Columbia River Valley with a weekend in between to kill. We stopped and took ...
... to get a big campsite ($20/ngt) that backed right onto the Deschutes River, with a beautiful view, power and water! Definitely needed the power, as it is currently 100 degrees F, and our air-conditioner has been put to the test! There is a 17-mile biking trail right beside the campsite, so we did a couple of bike-hikes, despite the heat. Both evenings here we sat by the river (tonight eating D's birthday supper ...