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... any other place we have visited in the States.
During the winter months Bend is a popular ski destination. Mount Batchelor reaches 9,000 feet at its peak. During the summer months the chair lift operates to the 7,700 foot level where there is a lodge that serves meals and refreshments. The views from the lodge are terrific opening up the vista to the lakes below.
Another unusual game you can partake in on the mountain ...
... had decimated the forest but was now coming back to life.
We came to a roadside store with an expresso sign, and I went in to order Cappuccinos. While I was waiting, a bicyclist outside was putting on his gear, preparing to start riding. I saw his bike was fully ladened with a tent and sleeping bag, and he had an impressive backpack over his shoulders. "How long have you been riding"", I asked, thinking he was probably from Bend. He paused ...
... has been around since 1988. We tried some very nice C******ays and Pinot Noirs. The winery was recommended to us by Pat and John. It also was a wonderful tasting experience although more formal and included a tour of the winery operation. We would recommend both wineries, and, in fact, have wine being shipped home to us. After the wine tasting and Latin American lunch in ...
... be together in thoughts and prayers.
We thank you for the opportunity to leave the busyness of our daily lives to spend more time with you and each other. We pray for safety on our journey for ourselves and for the other pilgrims. As we camp each night, let us experience wonder and awe in your great creation. As we rely on the hospitality of others, let us know the generosity that you bestow on all of us. And as ...
... outside of a local natural foods store(where we have learned the best coffee is usually found) in Freeport, Maine, an older lady named Louisa approached us. She was very interested in the little backpacking stove and kettle I had. One entirely enjoyable hour later we parted ways and she left us educated on the entire coast of Maine and with a list in our hands of spots we needed to see and how to stay safe from ticks and other natural ailments. ...