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Day 323 Day totals: 15 hrs, 37.5 kms
Note: the dates are changed to keep the entries in geographical order
I was a bit hesitant to take such a huge detour just to include Frederick in my Superhike. For one thing, I've been to Frederick twice and don't really feel there's a whole lot more to discover here... for another thing, Frederick is more a part of the Greater Washington/Baltimore metropolis, so it really should be a part of my Megalopolis Superhike, ...
... to drink... beer ;-)
This morning I also planned part of the rest of my trip.
I found "Bingen", a little town along the Columbia river (which is also the border between the states of Oregon and Washington), 1 hour to the east of Portland, close to the woods. I booked a hostel there, and I think that if the weather is sunny, it will be marvellous. Cold but marvellous ;-) And if the weather is bad, ...
I sit here and I look at the people hustling and bustling about. Where are they going? What adventures are they returning from? What routine road weary travel for work; what lovers do they leave; or return to? Everyone has a story and its often only known to them…and sometimes not even to them. ---- The gust of awe that comes from walking down a walkway into a new adventure. I wonder how many others here feel that…how many others ...
... of the revolution or so), some churches who looked for new members, charity organizations, and food ;-) oh, also a nice little music band playing all right!
We went then for a good hamburger (no comparison possible with the MacDo) and, I was still not done with beer, since I could go do some tasting, 6 different beerstyles, pils, stout, amber, and other things ;-) Fortunately it was Steve who drove us ...
... to you, they may never come again. I find myself looking back on those days more and more fondly. I think we were burned out when we came back -- and perhaps that's the one thing we should have changed -- the pace. But so much in this world to see.....there are *very* few places I regretted seeing.
So here we are, back home, and while we're happy to be back, don't be surprised if another blog gets started a few years from now.