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... luck or unicorns, this trip was meant to happen.
Back to the present and in the spirit of time for reflection,
McKenzie asked “Well should we have a theme for our bike tour?” I
respond, “What kind of theme? Superheroes? Stories? Blog?” Well, we’ve
decided to document our crazy journey – that some say will change us
forever. Our theme – LOVE. Now, take into account we are two women and
When people are present in our night company other than ourselves, I won't be writing that evening. If no one else is camped nearby, I write with ease. The concept of a writers retreat or sanctuary suddenly seems crystal clear. We write as a form of communication across distance and time of great value. It can bridge these gaps and target broadly or with intent. Even if you are only writing to yourself, that future you is someone you haven't met yet therefore you are ...
Drove 56 miles in a little over an hour.
Not a huge day for highlights as woke up and the weather was cold and raining, was under 60 so very cold for summer.
We hoped that the weather would clear up during the course of the drive to Mount Hood as the previous day it had cleared up by early afternoon.
Unfortunately our hopes were not realised as it rained persistently all day. The drive up the mountain to the ...
After a very cold night, in the 30’s, we awoke to a beautiful sunny morning and as is our pattern a leisurely morning, allowing the sun to warm the van and the hot coffee to warm us. On our way out of the camp we walked around a nearby pond to look for birds; not much activity this morning but the park is said to host 147 different birds; we did spot some red wing blackbirds flitting about the marshy edge ...
... nice views of the mountain from the trail as it rose above the tree line, but it was so cloudy, we really couldn’t see anything. I’m glad I managed to get that shot of the mountain from the Mount Hood Meadows. After several stops we made it the Silcox Hut and stopped for a break. But within moments, it started snowing! We decided it would be best to hurry back to the lodge and followed a CAT groomer trail down. It ...