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Saturday morning we got up and had the "continental breakfast" at the motel. It was actually a pretty good meal! We packed up the car and were on the road before 9 AM. We drove up Cabbage Hill (the old emigrant trail) out of Pendleton. We have ridden this hill several times, including last year on our ride, and Gayle was suitably impressed. At the top we got back on I-84 and went across the Blue Mountains. These are beautiful ...
... meal at 13 Coins. Sub-excellent service, but good food, and better company.
Being my very first trip to Europe I am taking the time to revel in my many emotions, ALL of them. I'm never going to get a first shot at this again. My feelings range from sheer euphoria to sick with anxiety (although that one is very fleeting). I just can't believe it is really happening. It's pretty remarkable really. I mean, yeah, Europe? Yeah, I've ...
... trim, as well as primed the living room walls. Two glasses, plates, bowls, forks. One skillet, one 2 quart pot. A second coat of paint over the patches, a thorough scrubbing, and the kitchen is virtually done. I attacked the bathroom with fervor, but let's face it, it's one jump from collapsing anyway, no amount of bleach and elbow grease is ever going to make that ok.
Most of our belongings are out in the garage -- ready for ...
... was ignored. While fish ladders were proposed as a possibility in the 70’s and 80’s, they were ultimately ruled out. Through on going lobbying by local environmental groups and first nation groups the Government committed to removing the two dams. Not a small operation, the major problem with the removal of the dams was the approximately 13.7 million cubic meters of sediment that has built up behind the dams. Of that 13 million, 9 million was behind the Glines Canyon ...
Lovely leisurely breakfast on Herron Island, all ready to catch the ferry back to the mainland at 11.30am. Called back into Janine's to drop off Vicky and our overnight bags and headed into Seattle for the afternoon. Traffic pretty hideous as usual but I'm sure it would be worse on a weekday! Found the scariest tightest parking building in the world Andrea and I had our eyes shut just waiting for the grinding of metal on concrete, fortunately ...
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