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... quick to seize a computer and advise you. After wandering around the entrance level for over an hour, I found my way to 'dangerous territory' - Travel Writing, Mountaineering & Trekking and TIGER books - all on the same floor! I was in reading heaven...if only there were comfy chairs to sit in and read read read! After another hour or so, I needed to leave before I spent my RTW 2015 budget on books! But I couldn't help myself, I had to buy a book written by Reinhold ...
... a route a friendly bike shop employee had printed out the previous day which he said was a scenic route along less traveled country roads to connect with 101. The directions ended up being remarkably concise, and easy follow and led us up a gorgeous route cutting through the scenic countryside. We didn't get as far as we had hoped, and decided to try our luck knocking on a strangers door in Carlton to ask if we could set up our hammocks in their front yard. ...
... other's lives the last 35 years! Can it really have been that long? Check out the picture. Isn't she beautiful? She says she has lost track of how old she is because she tells everyone that she is 39! And she looks it, too! (Not me...)
(Oh, and the conference is good, too - not all sessions, but the one I really needed for my job was amazing. I sat next to the CEO of NWEA last October at a conference in Denver and told him what ...
... to do it again.
Though I don’t believe we will have anything else to butcher before I leave. We
took a long lunch, in order to gather ourselves and just relax, since we didn’t
eat until 2:30. Afterwards, we had to package the birds, unload alfalfa from
the truck, and fix some problems with the meatbird house. The alfalfa weighs a
lot more than you would expect. They weigh about 100 pounds and we had ...
... multiple floors and multiple rooms with stacks that reach to the ceiling. There are new books and used books and everything in between. I think that there are even multiple locations around the city based on the content of the books (for example: gardening or science and technology). Although I love reading and book stores, I don't really like to buy books and I am looking forward to having a library again.
That was our trip to Portland. Tomorrow we ...