Long Hollow Guest Ranch
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... up from the ceiling! Even better they had wine and beer hour at 5pm with free (very) local beers and wines. We had our drinks outside in the warm evening sun and chatted with fellow guests whilst Cameron raced around throwing pine cones.
Right on site was the micobrewery where we had a very nice meal and Eric had a beer flight.
Unfortunately we only had one night so we sadly packed up and headed into the Deschutes National Forest for some gentle exploring of ...
... store and rode west out of town to our campsite, which turned out to be at about 6500 feet and was surrounded by snow. We made the initial mistake of choosing a campground near a lake, but after getting swarmed by mosquito’s quickly changed that plan and found another site back up the road. As the temperature dropped, we ate our dinner at around 9:30 and were in our tent by 10:00.
Kudo’s to Cole again for laying out a great ...
... to explore and walked thru Bend and the very nice park on the river where ducks and geese were busy swimming and eating. Bend reminded us of the town of St Helena in the Napa Valley. After a very long day, we decided to order pizza for dinner and found a great place called Abby's Pizza that delivered. Done. One phone call and 30 minutes later, dinner was at the door.
... following the route of the D-Day armada
... I was excited about this part as the intention was to get on the boat that takes us to Alcatraz. Unfortunately for us the tickets were sold out for the day so we had to settle for a meal at the pier 39 hard rock café and the promise we would return someday. After a long day of walking and blisters the size of fifty cent pieces we got a Chinese and called it a day.
The next morning I woke early, excited, knowing we were picking up ...