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... were desperate. So we went, and sanitised our hands on boarding the bus. Whilst there, I took advantage of being by the river, running down to the riverside (which had a boat rack to, I presume, get boats in and out of the water) and took photographs and a video. It was silent down there: so beautiful and peaceful. Umpqua River is a place/river we also went past. Just threw that in there because I liked the name. Umpqua. Yes. We eventually crossed ...
We spent the morning preparing Prunella for our epic trip around the Pacific Northwest. Suzi thoroughly cleaned her, the seats were removed and a futon installed. Camping equipment was gathered. Everyone was working together and the preparations were done in no time. Rob decided we needed a test run with Prunella and we drove up through South Bend to the almighty sand dunes. We parked and walked through the woods towards a lake. The lake ...
... beach. The boys went into the water and although caught a couple of ways found it hard to paddle out. It was drizzly but warm. I went for a leisurely walk. We returned home after dropping off a hitchhiker with a few issues and going via a store, where Rob bought 10 bags of corn chips because they were on offer! We ...
... belly dancers, not gypsies. While Pete and Harlan checked out the crab, Judy and I walked over to stage front and there they were performing and having a wonderful time. The pictures of the robust ladies are for Gibby, Joni and Harlan. They remember the belly dancer that visited Harlan’s office on one of his previous birthdays!
There were two bloodhounds that are with a tracking group. Pete says that if Harley has 500,000 scents, ...
... Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”
I have really taken that quote to heart these last few years. I don’t want to live my life with any regrets. I want to live it to the fullest, and see and do all the things that most people only read about or see on TV or movies. For this reason, when I’m on these trips, I wear myself down to a frizzle. I sleep about 5 ...