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Day 3, June 3, 2015
(LC equivalent 4/21-5/1/1806)
While LC struggled up the Columbia River until about a mile
north of the confluence with the Walla Walla I had a beautiful drive along the
east end of the Columbia Gorge on WA 14 and then US 730 on the Oregon
side. First stop was the overlook of
the river where Celilo Falls existed before the construction of ...
... eat. But what I did observe is people mixing and matching from those five courses to suit their hunger and/or wallet. That's my kind of dining. My favorite was the Primo course which included risotto, gnocchi, polenta, or pasta. Let it be known I have never eschewed pasta in my life, in any shape or form, and the choices in Italy seemed endless. I tried gnocchi, polenta and new-to-me names and shapes of pasta topped with ingredients that I knew and ...
... is my red bag followed by all four pair of shoes. I still have lots of room left for something else. Ah yes, my raincoat that I stuffed into a small stuff sack will fit perfectly with a little room to spare.
The rest will go into the two smaller compartments in front, burying the items that don't need to be seen at security and putting the regulation size, see-through plastic bag containing my 3 oz. bottles ...
... all including one or more large bags. In other words paying for something you won't use.
Then it dawned on me. Why not use your basic zipper pull plastic food storage bag? And I still had a box of them left over from my Big Ride. (And you thought I was off topic in the beginning!)
VOILA! You can see the result.
So to answer the original question, I am a now a reformed compression roller.
P. S. In the 2.5 gallon ...
... especially because we'll be doing a lot of walking. Fortunately, Toms shoes (my faves) squish down quite flat making them easy to pack, which means I can take several pair and change them up. On the plane I'll wear my new tan perforated booties that I just love, so they won't take up space in my suitcase. Throw in three colorful scarves for added color or quick shoulder cover-up, and I'm set for any contingency. . .I hope.