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... Going to the Sun Road', and the many lakes that dot the park. Although a little more gentle (in both elevation, and sheer 'out there' construction) than some of the drives in Colorado, GTTS affords wonderful views around Glacier's many mountain peaks.
As with many other parks, away from the natural beauty, we enjoyed developing an understanding of ...
Less Sight-Seeing, More People Seeing
It's been a quiet week here in Eugene, OR. Teddy and I survived our weekend without mommy (Annie flew to Canada for a wedding last weekend), and Uncle Paul (Annie’s brother) flew home after traveling with us for two and a half weeks (he deserves some kind of award for putting up with us for that long). While many of the past weeks brought us to lots of natural wonders, this week we just bopped around ...
Thursday morning we made the 5 hour drive up Interstate 5 from Redding, California to Eugene, Oregon. It is a pretty interesting drive as you travel through the mountains of Northern California before entering Oregon. Mt Shasta is the spectacle of the drive as it towers over 14,000 feet and is covered in snow. Many of the surrounding mountains had a fresh snowfall on them after the storm that ...
... friend and we get along so well that only something other than our own actions could break us up. I was glad I went through this journey without him, however, because it helped me grow a lot as an individual. There were many times when I wished that he was there to experience things with me, but my trip would not have been the same if he was there.
I went into the trip worried I wasn't going to like it or that I wasn't going to make friends but within days ...
... different Pinot Noirs from different parts of the winery. Each offered subtle differences in flavour but all were very good and compared to yesterday, good value for the prices asked. Our host was also very informative and friendly. A lovely start to the day.
Peter was the designated driver and stuck to water but he did enjoy the aromas of the wine as we went along. Our second stop was at a big commercial winery called Sokol Blosser, which was crowded. This had a ...
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