Comfort Inn University District / Downtown
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... my drive heading north to Portland. The roads were sloshy and reminded me of the first time I visited the hipster capital and actually slept in a car under a carpark. Portland and Oregon felt so foreign - it smelt weird. I wonder if that is how my brother felt last summer when he came to visit? The rain was still coming down hard when I drove through the gorge, past the Cascade Locks (and Charlie ...
... we were there there were a few other groups so we actually had to wait to go out on the bridge.
Also there was some little kid (Hunter was his name!) who seemed to love to jump up and down on the bridge. Not cool Hunter! Thankfully he weighed maybe 50lbs so he was no threat.
Once on it, you quickly realize where it got its name from. It sure looks sturdier than it feels, because there is a whole ...
21 April, the Last day of the Days of Unleavened Bread was also the last day of Mark Mickelson's visit to Ghana and Togo.
In his sermon on this High Sabbath, Mark spoke on why we count to Pentecost from a day in the midst of Days of Umleavened Bread.
He explained that when we count to 50, we are looking forward to freedom from such things as spiritual ignorance, hopelessness and sin. He said Christ's ministry was like a Jubilee and Pentecost should portray to us this true ...
... when we hit an off camber right hander that exited directly to a bridge. I narrowly made the bridge and hauled my bike to a stop after another 30 yards. Tristan didn't make the bridge and went off the trail. With a gash on his thumb and legs bleeding, he was dripping blood fast enough to make a vampires pulse quicken! Alas, we made it to the bottom without further incident. Can you imagine, Tristan didn't want to do it again. I'm not as smart as he is, so up ...
... gas station/grocery store. We learned that the fire started on July 28 from a lightning strike, and has been burning since.
The smokey haze was renewed and followed us along the Rockies, but stayed mostly on the east side of us.
More lakes, more trees, more small towns. This road was lovely. Are there more adjectives for my journey?... today was day 13! Yes. But at the end of these long days, my brain is firing ...