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... their cabin in Gov't Camp. I haven't lived in Oregon in quite a while and I forgot how big the slugs can get.
On Saturday, Greta and I went to a concert down by the river. We saw the Violent Femmes and Tears for Fears. A total 80's throwback.
Last stop was Sisters, OR to see my brother and his family. It was a great trip to Oregon.
... quite a bit. In the course of this journey, I've come to realize a lot about myself. Although some of it is personal, I will say this much: for most of my life, I've been the quiet type. I'm typically an introvert. I don't often say much, and I've usually attributed it to just being shy or simply not having much to say. Well, spending up to 9 hours at a time in a car with nobody but myself has made me grow quite comfortable with who I am. Being with yourself, ...
... worrying what all I've forgotten on the list that is finally being written down.
The packing itself takes little, except that for 2 weeks, we need more entertainment and other assorted items. It's the preparation to leave the house for two weeks- buying cat food, doing cleaning and yardwork, making phone calls. While I take my work with me, there's things that need to get done now vs. later.
At some point, decisions will be made ...
... largest book store in the U.S.), a famous seafood restaurant for lunch, Nordstrom's Rack, and walked around the city. We finally picked the family up at the airport and started heading to the coast to our son's town, but got a flat tire along the way and had to call AAA to fix it. We finally got to the coast at 2am. It was a long day for Emily and ...
After enjoying the free breakfast at the Best Western, during which we scanned our guides for activity options, we set out for the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Museum at The Dalles (pronounced with a long A and silent E). The drive to the east took us to a section of the mountains that are considerably drier and browner than the lush, green landscape we had gotten used to seeing. The museum was filled with frontier and exploration memorabilia. ...