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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 ...
... dead!!! No one around me had cables so called the emergency service and they thought I would have help in 45 minutes. Amazing but they could pinpoint me through my phone! And the guy showed up and 5 minutes later I was back on the road. Really strange that it started in the garage in Portland and was dead before I turned it off!! So on to Suzie’s and glad to be there. Her son and girlfriend are STILL living there, 16 months now, and she is ...
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 ...
... one scared dog. David picked her up later that night)
Our next venture that afternoon was the Ankeny Winery near Monmouth, Oregon. We met Betsy and Lana there and had a very nice visit along with a strawberry, cheese, and basil pizza. It was actually very good. For dessert we had strawberry shortcake and a chocolate port wine for dessert. The weather was wonderful and the sky was beautiful from the storm.
... mile, Mozart and Joni Mitchell both slow me down some; when I listen to Katie Perry's "Firework" or Kenny Loggin's "Footloose", however, I find my feet out of my control as the music surges through me. If I were more confident that I wouldn't sprain my ankle or fall I would dance down the road! I like to use Perry and Loggins to get me up hills or at the end of a particularly long stretch, they do the trick quite nicely. I can still hear the 'Run ...