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... much needed air into my life.
In early July I left California in my rear view . I took with me the strong bonds crafted in struggle and the memories of some of the craziest and hardest moments in my life. I took that monmentum I Had earned and headed into Oregon.
Register entry from the Oregon/ California border " California was tall slender and beautiful, but Oregon, you don't know how happy of a man it makes me to be inside of ...
... over 1500 miles ago. She is going south bound now, having to flip flop due to some injuries that sidetracked her off trail. It was good to see her. I arrived into town by noonish where I was able to find a hotel for $80 per night. Since Wallaby and I decided to share a room, that came out to $40 per person. I plan to take a zero here and pray for rain to kill the fires. Please God let it ...
... Volcanic Arc in northern Oregon. It is the highest peak in Oregon and has twelve named glaciers and snowfields. We stopped along the way to have lunch (good old PB & J sandwiches and a Starbucks frappuccino!) and found bushes of wild blackberries -- needless to say, Dan had to pick some for a lunch treat. After visiting Mt. Hood, we turned around to drive back north and couldn't believe it -- another spectacular ...
Day 1, June 1, 2015
(LC Eastbound Equivalent 4/8-10, 1806
Traveled an easy first day from Olympia to Beacon Rock State
Park east of Camas. After a last few good weather days, today turned to rain about ½ hour before I departed and rained until I neared Portland and then turned east. Seaman and I took a nice hike from the Park campground to Rodney Falls on the Hadley Mountain trail (about ...
... to monitor the O2 level and the temperature of the water so that they don’t loose any fish...
We’re at the end of the fall run... so we’re starting to close the path for the fish from the creek into the hatchery... As of a few days ago we’ve had something like 65,000 fish return from those released 5 years ago… more on this in the next blog...
Jim & Connie and Rowdy too!