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So here we are in Washington state for the night. We just crossed over the Colombia River from Oregon. The views are better from this side of the border, but unfortunately the weather is against us. Its come up cloudy, lots of thunder and rain. Not a good night to be in a tent.
The drive up here was pretty scenic with some nice views of Hood Mountain. Have to hope the weather improves
... 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 ...
Yes, there were people skiing in June on Mount Hood. It was about 60 degrees at the base lodge. Beautiful area.
I stayed at an Encore Resort for the first time, HDTV on the coax as my satellite did not work with the tall trees and good wifi. I had an entire section of the campground to myself. I have found that weekdays ...
... a unique experience for us was that we took a hidden trail to it. Last time Chris was here, the main trial was closed due to construction; however, he saw people down by the falls, and discovered an alternate trail that was even better due to the fact that it passed right under the Columbia River Scenic Highway bridge just below the falls. This route was definitely much more scenic and less congested.
Last but not least was the waterfall Chris dubbed ...