BEST WESTERN Historic Frederick
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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, ...
... was required and we moved on.
Upon hitting the gate with a easy 2 hours to go we took a walk down the concourse and grabbed a drink and listened to a live jazz band that was playing a bit farther down from our gate.
About an hour to go we got back to our gate and settled in for the wait. What a wait it would end up being. I had had a very stressful day at work, from having to take the metro and bus in, to having ...
... 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.