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... bumper traffic for Labour Day - thankfully going in the other direction). The road parallels the chain of mountains that form part of the Cascades, and although nowhere near as tall as the Rockies in Colorado, the sight of snow capped peaks rising from the Oregon landscape was fantastic. Weather denied us views of Mt Rainier in Washington, but St Helens and Hood more ...
... and good vibrations our way. Keep the good vibes coming.
Apologies to our immediate family and many close friends who we won't see this summer because of this long road trip.
And thank yous to the very talented Pete Cummings for designing our road trip logo…
Pastor John Streccius and the Zion Lutheran staff for holding things together in my absence…
Our number one lawn boy, Isaac…
NaTeal for wrangling, feeding, ...
... less than thrilled being seated with us two old people. </i>Much to our surprise, Julian was extremely bright and intelligent and we were sad to end the conversation when the train neared the station earlier than expected. This professional snowboarder encouraged my hope in his generation. Having our luggage arrive on the baggage carousel was a welcome relief. Miraculously, the seemingly lone luggage cart appeared next to the baggage area, which was ...
... city. So they invested a lot of time and money into public works, like the water system and the train station. The house is situated on the hill across from the train station, so the original dude, Mr. Shelton, wanted it to be the first and most impressive view new arrivals would get of the town, hence the lavishness compared to the rest of the area. The next owner was their only daughter and her family, and then the third owner was a woman who had grown up ...
... This was hilairious. The woman serving us was very frazzled and seemed to be out of everything. She greeted us with "There's no turkey, no bacon, no tuna, only enough chicken for two sandwiches" She was contemplating shutting the shop as she told us that as it was Tuesday they were always short of stuff on Tuesdays as if we should have known. In the end I had a Chicken Pecan sandwich with cranberries, Peter a Pastrami and cheese ...
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