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... Water hike” on the way into Oneonata Gorge. I initially had planned to do this one alone. But D saw the pictures and wanted to tag along. Soon after getting to the water, we had to scramble through a “Log Jam of Doom.” It can only be described as about a couple hundred (or more) logs randomly piled together. In some cases, you end up about 15ft above the ground navigating through it. The best part about this log jam ...
Our last day in Albany started with a bike ride, then lunch in the pub @ Golf City, followed by 9 holes on their par 3 course. Next on to some Willamette area wineries. This region is most known for Pinot's and C******nays. First up, Benton-Lane Winery, home to 4 of the top 10 wines in the world. Also picked up a yummy blueberry/Pinot Noir jam!! Next up The Pfeiffer Winery, beautiful winery at ...
... We passed beautiful green blue lakes, the result of damns collecting the water from hundreds of waterfalls and cascading rivers. We took a short walk in the forest and aborted it after coming across bear poo on the track. Suddenly we realised the dangers. But lovely to get out for a brief walk down to a fast flowing river. Hundreds of motor cycles ride this winding road with its' many corners. We stopped at Marblemount on ...
... Water is scarce. Very little technology or mechanization is available, only automobiles and a handful of small tractors. Most people walk. Hundreds of people were walking on the roadside. Many of these were women, dressed in colorful traditional clothing with large packages or baskets on their heads. Men and women were using hand hoes to till the ground of small fields and millet was spread by hand on canvas to dry. The people were friendly, ...
... in this case climbing under the carriage connection of the (stopped) train blocking the tracks) and along a storm water drain. It seemed a well worn path as we did come across a couple of others headed in the opposite direction. We took the same bus we'd been using last time we were in Portland, to the MAX station, with Wayne getting off a stop earlier, at the DMV, to sort out our final temporary bike permit of the trip. From the train ...