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... mountain water. swimming in these pristine lakes has been a highlight.
i also passed through crater lake nation park. the ;ale was grand, and the natural history of the place stunned me, but being there on a saturday i round it to be over crowded and stressful. i became annoyed with how they catered so much to the tourist in cars driving all around the rim. it wasn't long before i retreated back to the ...
... walk with a biologist on native plants (Cam did get a little bored on this one - but lasted a good half an hour which was impressive), the otters playing, the naturalists show and tell of a Lizard, Snake and Tortoise (Cam touched the Lizard and Tortoise) and a porcupine and the birds of prey aviary.
After a brilliant 3 hours there we set off on a 5 hour drive West to Baker City, primarily following the Journey Through Time scenic byway. This is named for ...
After a couple of days of relaxing at my nephew Jake's home in Portland, we resumed the trip today. It will be Cole and I together for the final leg of our journey. Claudio needed to get back to SF a few days earlier and so departed yesterday afternoon to make it in time.
Today Cole was in charge and he did a great job. We agreed last night that he’d take on the route planning. In Oregon, that’s a particularly challenging ...
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Where did the troops stay in England and for how long?
On D-Day did the men receive orders to pack up and board a ship how long in advance? Was there fear in the air? Were GI’s scared of what they were about to undertake?
How was the crossing of the channel? How was getting off the ship and into those landing crafts?
Can you tell me a little about the experience of hitting the beach? Was there a ...
... the map to see what sights we had in store. I really wanted to see the Pacific Ocean and the red wood forests. Seeing the ocean turned out to be a very long detour but absolutely worth it. Driving up Highway one, a road that literally hugs the rugged cliffs of the coast line, we took in some incredible, albeit frigid, scenery. Joseph pointed out the ‘tree so big you can drive your car through’ landmark on the trusty map so ...