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... bent over, trying to balance the bike on the hill while trying to yank the chain free. Just having lubricated the chain earlier that day, my hands quickly turned black with grease while I fumbled with the bike. I cursed each time a car zoomed by, spending more time catching the bike as it tried to tip over into the road than actually re-mounting the chain. Eventually I was forced to strip the bags off, and flip the bike upside down ...
Our morning's drive took us through the suburbs of Portland and out into the farming country. We saw many types of farms including Hazelnut, and berry farms. We then climbed over the mountains until we reached the city of Lincoln and our first glimpse of the Pacific Ocean on the Oregon Coast. It was pretty spectacular. The road followed ...
... forest - almost half of what was left.
The Coast Redwood facts are that it is the World's tall trees and grows to nearly 380 feet. It may live to 2200 years. The average age of the trees are between 500 - 700 years. They have no known killing diseases and do not suffer significant damage by nature. These survive only in California and it got me wondering why they haven't grown in the mIlford area of NZ as that environment seems perfect.
As we turned into the festival we spied a bakery and we decided to check it out on the way out. Judy and Pete got there first and were on their way out….they got slammed with all the festival goers and had only a few desserts left. Our luck, but we saw The High Tide Café two buildings down and decided to check it out. The menu looked interesting and we walked into the dining room. It was decorated with different tables and ...
... activities of the locals in this area.
Huge fishing boats and local charters made there way in and out of the harbour all day as local fishermen who looked aged from years spent out on sea were comparing their catches of the day. We caught so many crab but of course only a few met the requirements allowing us to keep them, but enough to feed the two of us a fresh mouth watering dinner.
And then of course a couple good hikes filled the ...