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... experience for us, with the black glass like rocks surrounding us as we scrambled around them. We walked along the turquoise waters of Paulina Lake and through the woods. We took a short hike down to Paulina Falls where we lingered a while, marveling at the falls themselves and the mossy boulders below. All of these beautiful features were within the same monument and were stunning.
Another highlight of our stay was a quick whitewater rafting trip down ...
With the journey less than two weeks out, we wanted to spend some time with our kids. Natalie heads back to Montana tomorrow, so to get everyone together we took advantage of Cruxapalooza weekend. We headed up to Pilot Butte, the best view in Bend. As we took in the area around us, we reflected on the distance between us in the next few months.
To keep us connected, Paul drew the Camino logo, a scallop shell and the cross of St. James, ...
... I am not ready for Oregon yet. I know there is still a lot of cold and rainy days to come until it's really summer. I hope all of you enjoyed our adventure and we were glad to share with you. Below is your history lesson for the day.
The name Bend was derived from ...
... me. I love a good thunderstorm! They remind me of my smallness (especially when your swinging too and fro in a hammock.......Whoopee! Tomorrow I start climbing mountain passes again. Boy, the earth is lumpy! I'll probably do another 70ish miles as I would love to put this dry climate in that past and get to lusher landscapes. I guess I'll see what the road brings me next.......... tomorrow. Stats: Distance: 50 miles Ride Time: 3:30 Real Time: 4:00 Vertical Feet: 1800 ...
... and museums that we frequented. The fact that this was the city that gave birth to Nazism was significant because many of the landmark buildings are either still there or reconstructed to scale.
Amsterdam – City of Bikes, my new favorite t-shirt… indeed, I had never seen so many bikes used by so many people. The canals, alleys, bridges and squares were always full of activities and perhaps the moniker ...