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We had a great day today despite some pretty high side-winds from the west. The roads were busy but good. Lots of trucks on I-5, even for a Sunday. We started the day by attending worship services with Bob and Janet at Bayside Church in Granite Bay. It was an amazing service and the worship is really exciting. It was the first time I'd ever heard a …
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 ...
... guessed it - a Sloth. I had to laugh when the image came to me, knowing how my daughter hates these animals. I made it to mile 8.53 and ran completely out of gas. I nearly called in reinforcements; someone to come peel my off the sidewalk and drive me home - but, I told myself, there would be no reinforcements in Scotland and I would have to make it on my own. So, I did. I got a little turned around trying to find an alternate ...
... no idea what it was, but since the kids call Kathy Gabu, it would have been fun to have the picture.
Lots of poverty in Kenya. Lots of men sitting around all day (it appears) doing mostly nothing and looking bored. Lots of tiny little shops and retail kiosks along the road like we have seen in other 3rd world countries. Anything to make a buck. 30% unemployment in Kenya, and according to our driver, those who are employed are very underpaid. I think he said ...
... for the night. Talked to Phil a couple of times and a quick run through WalMart and asleep as soon as I layed down!
August 13th-Monday-Awake early and on the road by 6:30 heading towards the Lolo Pass into Montana. A beautiful drive! First drove through miles of rolling hills with grain crops - very pretty. I turned onto Hwy 12 and drove about 50 twisty turny miles and then saw an official Hwy sign that said ‘Windy road next 99 miles’! Considering ...
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