Fairgate Inn B&B
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... of the gods and entered my final stretch and final state.
The trail got steeper and far more rugged in Washington, but with that came views even more grand. With each ridge I climbed, Canada seemed to come better into view. I kept on pushing forward, for my body felt invincible. I broke my longest day record for on last time doing a 42 mile day and the next day I still felt just fine. I worked my way north and washington got more beautiful ...
So, today was a sad day; our last day in Portland. There has been so many options of things to do, but we simply couldn't do them all. Also as it was the last day, we left it free so that we could do what we wanted/do something we had seen and wanted to do. Jake was adamant that he wanted to go to the gym, so we ended up going for 11am; 24 hour fitness. As it's a city, unfortunately they don't do a free trail - it was $20 each!!!! So we ...
... stopped by on our way out of town. Dan spent more time in the store than he did on the tour, but he did buy a couple of things!! From there we drove to Seattle to see his sister and her family. We had dinner at a really nice restaurant, Emory's on Silverlake and had fresh salmon that's only available for a couple of weeks a year, it was really good. From there we went and watched a couple of Little League games. Dan's 11 year old nephew ...
... of coming home. We have gained a new appreciation not only for the wonders of the world but also for the simple pleasures of daily life at home. The walks to Starbucks and evenings spent paddling on the Willamette with friends.
We look at the pictures and manage to envy the people in them, despite the fact that they are us. We look at the places and smile at the memories, blessed to share them between the two of us. And life goes on......
We arrived at the Bonneville Fish Hatchery in the late morning on Tuesday, September 2. In exchange for 20 hours of service per host per week we are provided a full hookup site with a beautiful view of Tanner Creek and the surrounding Columbia Gorge. We set up our home on wheels and went right to work. No rest for the weary, they say. This is our third year hosting at the hatchery. We didn't mind starting right away as the previous hosts had left the day before.