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... similar issues with breakfast, because it comes so early in the morning.) Another problem is that I was a waitress for a long time, and when I serve people food, I expect to be tipped afterwards. This doesn't happen at home. Worst of all, family dinners feel contrived. Confining. Forced. Here we are, listening to each other chew. I hate hearing people chew; it makes me want to kick someone. But that would be ...
... a lava flow, with Ponytail Falls towering right above. It was a completely different world up here, away from the hustle and bustle of the road not too far behind us. Very few of the many visitors to Horsetail Falls made the trek up here, not knowing of the hidden treasure.
Our next stop was the Vista House, an observatory at Crown Point State Park. The building serves as a museum honoring Oregon pioneers and also as a comfort station for travelers on the ...
... Nothing like few hundred feet worth of a steep cliff to turn a mellow river into a harrowing mass of water that spews raindrops all around and continuously erodes the massive cliffs holding it up.
After a quick rest-stop for hot chocolate, we went half a mile down the road to Wahkeena Falls. This waterfall was not as tall but pretty spectacular. Again, there was a bridge that allowed you to marvel the waterfall from up close, and a trail lead to the very top of ...
... mph on the coast with higher gusts are also expected.
Tanner Creek is a mere 20 feet away from our back window. The somewhat docile creek has turned into an angry raging river. The creek has risen at least 2 feet in the past 24 hours so we will keep a wary eye on it.
For a little insight as to what the weather on the Washington coast has been like during this stormy period copy and paste this link: http://rvsueandcrew.net
Part of each pre-trip freakout is me questioning why I thought going
away was such a great idea in the first place. Maybe because vacations should be deserved; I should earn my trips by being a
diligent employee or by being a kind and sympathetic wife. Or maybe
clean. Or slender and athletic. Or at least not lazy. PretripTip: Go anyway.
Another part of every pre-trip freak is a random shopping spree. This
weekend, I bought ...
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