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... rd Monday- I didn’t sleep much last night and up early this morning. Watered all th e plants, inside, patios, back and front yards—I like doing that! Hung around the house the rest of the day, doing whatever!! Sharon called and they are at Vancouver WA and will stop for supper and then come on home. They arrived late and had a great time on Vashon Island off of Wash coast near Tacoma.
June 24th-Tuesday—Up early ...
... from overnights without permits, and they are just too hard to get with all the regulations. There are deer everywhere—they killed a lot last year but they are thick and into everything. A drink and Suzie and I were ready for bed. Bud went to his place and we were OUT! It is sooo dark out and soooo quiet!
July 20th Sunday-Another lousy weather day, but not bad enough to keep us in the house, I think it did get to 66 degrees at least ...
... Not that I spotted much evidence of that. But there's a charming, if quiet in the rain, town centre, and the river runs to one side of the highway, with trails and tracks to explore and get a little muddy on. There's a dam, with rushing water cascading down from a very full river. One small dock is nearly underwater, as if to show the ...
... not the best but clean, cheap, central. No bugs ! Big cheap eaterie and bar next door. Spent the rest of day/ night wondering around downtown . A long walk via a well rough area with tents and shelters built on sidewalks got us to the groovy Pearl district for Ian's micro - brewery needs.i felt a bit ill but we stayed late and had a hilarious and characterful taxi driver who sang along loudly to his country cd of Alan Jackson ( apparently huge here !) was witty about life ...
... of Hood being reflected on the lake. It was a good thing too. Around ten o'clock we drove up to Timberline Lodge, a beautiful lodge in the park, and the mountain was already shrouded in the clouds. They ski at Mt. Hood year round. There were people skiing on the mountain the day we were there.
On the way to Mt. Hood we took a scenic route through the Columbia River ...