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... watching a large barge containing gravel go through the lock and gates open and close, allowing the level of water to rise with the barge.
Off again on the bikes, we road through another green park run by the lock, with lots of colourful flowers and the odd squirrel crossed our path.
We began retracing our steps from the morning, when we stopped at the Fremont Brewery where Jonathan had a tasting tray of 5 local brews and Robyn had a ...
... is in addition to the proximity to everything else, the price really isn't that bad! We were relieved our last couple nights would be comfortable in a nice space! We had time to walk to the market just to scope it out. It was open to walk thru but almost all shops were closed and nothing existed for food markets. We walked aimlessly for a dinner place and finally found one we were both happy with. We finally got back to our room after 8pm and were ...
... Johnson, Peninsula Captain for the Patriot Guard Riders of Washington State and Butch, of Combat Veterans International on one of our rest stops. We shared cards- they were thankful for our effort and we are thankful for their service and continued support of our military.
They were heading south to a Patriot Guard Convention in Ocean Shores WA and a Motorcycle Rally...and we were headed north to the top of the Canal and around ...
... stop was Hood River, a cute town--home to Full Sail Brewery where we imbibed on yummy pilsners and ate pretzels with beer cheese and a Reuben sandwich. Food was average but the beer was really solid. We drove back to the temp house and showered.
The best part of the day was the REAL Multnomah surprise: the Multnomah Whiskey Library, which is definitely one of the most impressive places we've ever been. Booze ...
... in Charleston, SC may years ago. Nita and her husband, Harold, moved back to Seattle about 18 years ago, and I unfortunately had lost contact with her when I moved out of the US. They hosted a fab bbq at their house in Port Orc******* my birthday - just as they had done 20 years ago when I was (ahem) a youngster! It was just like old times, with the added treat of the beautiful ferry ride from Seattle.
- Finally, we also had a visit on Monday night from ...