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... was more grey than blue so most of our photos are slightly darker than they should be. Nevertheless, our photographs are not lacking in creativity.
There was also a very informative display of images and videos taken during the eruption of 1980; while very powerful, it was the least destructive eruption of its existence. My Dad's uncle and aunt, Will and Pat Landon, are professional photographers, ...
... was used in wars and battles from the Civil War up until World War II.
Once we tossed all our sleeping bags and food inside, we finally headed to Astoria.
1st stop: The home of Brand and Mikey Walsh and the hangout of the rest of the Goonies. Next door was also Data’s house; you can see in our pic the window he zip-lined out of and into the Walshes’ screen door.
Somewhere between Elma, WA., and Astoria, OR., I lost my GPS and Internet service on my “smart” phone. It came as a surprise because, although we were driving on backroads, so to speak, according to the 3G usage map, I should still have had service. Just for kicks, I tried to get Navigator to work on Larry’s "not so smart" phone… and it worked fine! What? ...
... The costumes everyone put together were hilarious. The theme of the race was Alice and wonderland but we were also free to be whatever our little hearts desired. We were sock thieves. Ever wonder what happens to that other sock? If you can run fast enough we might give it back to you.
Our current location is a little over 60 miles outside of Portland and we are on a farm! There’s a ...
... of crazy lights and a good piano man busting out some tunes right next to the kitchen. Mick got a seafood pasta dish, and Brit ordered a veggie quesadilla. We shared the two plates, and couldn’t resist ordering the chocolate cake a la mode to finish things off.
Then it was back to the hotel room, where a screening of The Goonies was mandatory preparation for the next day’s doings. . .
$30 - Gas
$55 - Hotel
$35 - Dinner