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I was kept so busy on this trip, I couldn't get to posting this blog. When I got home, my new computer had arrived and I have several clients asking for their photos. So, this is going to be a "post-trip" blog.
I will say, it was a great, busy trip and I definitely plan to do more of them. In the future, I'll take control of my time while travelling so I can include time to process photos and post entries.
Look for an update in a few days. ...
... the house to ourselves, it seems a couple and their adorable two year old have moved in upstairs. We chatted with them briefly this morning – they’re from New York and have just finished cycling across the country to Portland. And with a two year old! Impressive feat.
After more porridge on the porch – this I will miss the most – we took our routine bus into town and headed for the famed Powell’s ...
... if these are natives or an invasive species, but they are a visual treat! We pass through deep woods and cross over rushing streams, and we stop to snap shots of layers of hills and clouds.
As we near the conclusion of our journey, my thoughts are drawn back to the old post cards of the Columbia River Gorge ...
... will be home until the 19th of November and then fly back to Virginia to spend Thanksgiving with Eric and Family.
We are having a family gathering for Jannie this weekend here in Washougal. Looks like 36 to 38 family members are coming so far, and there could be more. It will be wonderful to see all of Suzi's family again even if the reason for the gathering is a sad one. It is great that everyone will be here while Jannie is still with us.
... I feel I'm at least more of a traveler than many others.
As I've said before, my kid is not such as easy traveler. I've always said 'so what' and let him be himself, knowing there was always hope that he'd grow into travel later on. I've seen it happen, so all hope is not lost!
This article reminded me though that travel is not just about the fun of going as much as the perspective gained of the world outside one's own home locale. There is ...