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... has ten breweries, some along the beautiful Deshutes River, which meanders through the middle of the town. We visited five of the ten and Bruce's all-time favorite brew was Deshutes Summer Ale. The river draws many people riding standing boards, kayaks and inner tubes, so it's quirt entertaining to watch from the many restaurant decks along the waterway.
During our stay, we took a gondola ride to the top of Mount ...
... that rival CA's and OR's.
3. Maine is Beautiful.
4. Vermont is Beautiful.
5. New England is Beautiful in general.
6. Southern Hospitality is not real.
7. Northern Hospitality is.
8. New Mexico is Sketchy.
9. A mother's love has a frighteningly real ability to track her son.
10. Every United State in America has something pretty awesome to offer.
11. College towns are surprisingly expensive.
... did not last long as competitive leagues realized that Afro-Brazilians and mulatos exhibited a natural talent for the game and therefore needed them to win games.
Before long, football/soccer became the people’s game, no matter the color of the skin or social status. Brazilians took to the sport with passion and an unusual style that would come to be known as the "Jogo Bonito" or the Beautiful Game. But despite the flowering ...
... where I started and where I've come, I can't say much more than I'm satisfied. I'm blessed with the opportunities I had and overwhelmingly content with my decision to take the year off.
I'm back home now and finally have plans lined up regarding school: I am excited to be attending Westminster College in Salt Lake City as part of the class of the 2017. At this point, packing to travel the world seems a little easier ...
... trees, how could we not! Unfortunately there were no Ewoks or Navi folk about.
After a day of driving we called it a night in a little roadside motel. We continued on north to Bend via Crater Lake the next day. Crater Lake is the result of a volcano collapsing in on itself about 7700 years ago and a lake subsequently forming in the crater. The rim of the crater is at about 8000ft so it can get a little chilly. It was on the drive ...