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... control (ATC).
The landing and overflight permit process for foreign countries will be largely be the same as for my RTW flight. I will enlist the help of an agent (Skyplan) to obtain these permits since it is relatively inexpensive and saves a lot of hassle compared to doing it myself. On my RTW flight I was never delayed because permits weren’t ready on time (except once when there was confusion about my departure ...
... coastal campsite. We drove down and the road took us close and away from the coast. We winded thru some farm towns, temperate forests, swamps and also sandy stretches of beach. We were driving a while and I thought Shima would enjoy another frolic on a beach. I didn't know where we would be staying just yet but I knew we were in the general area. I hit a little town and decided to pull back to stop at the local grocery ...
... to theirs for a barbecue, and once we arrived we realized that they had put together a great party with some of our old friends from a past life. It was terrific to catch up with the Waterstreets, the Browns, the Cassidy's, Sharon and Dave (they're are so cute together), and the Joel and Kathleen. A great time ensue and yes we got to ride on the pirate ship. Cary and Tom live on a farm where in the fall they have a corn maze ...
We found a camping site in the Umpqua Forest.
We went to a nearby trail to a waterfall.
We built a fire and roasted marsh-mellows.
In the morning we went to another nearby trail and walked to another waterfall.
We drove back to Oakridge.
We went to ...
... is it? Only kayaking I did up there was the one day on Lake Crescent; otherwise, drives, walks, coffee shops, reading and sleeping. I'd have done more paddling Monday in the puget sound/hood canal area, but it was kind of overcast and just
didn't appeal to me.
The drive back down here to OR was disappointing ,
as the WA route took me through a lot of clearcut areas and I ...