Holiday Inn Express Corvallis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... some more time to visit and then on to get a few other things done and a stop in Salem to pick up the beef that we ordered for the BBQ on Sunday… We made it back to our cousin Judy’s place and our RV…
Sunday found us packing up early and heading ...
... and we could see the tree from root to almost the top. Many of the trees in this area were super old and therefore super tall. At one point John and I had to climb over a gigantic fallen redwood that blocked the path. I felt so small climbing around on top of the horizontal trunk. This walk was the best part of the day and the true redwood experience I was looking for.
We said goodbye to the tall trees and continued north into Oregon to John's brother's house ...
... and Brin at Block 15 for beer to make sure you're not making a giant mistake (insert sarcasm font here for folks who think I actually would make this leap without feeling like I could do it).
Part IIII of packing for said trip = close the back door, hug goodbye, take a photo..... drive.
“It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters, in the end.” ― Ernest Hemingway
Woke up refreshed and dry in Walla Walla this morning and were soon on the way to Salem. We met up with Bill Thompson at Umatilla and were soon on US 14 riding along the north side of the Columbia River Gorge. A really nice road with little traffic and several small and scenic towns. We stopped for lunch in Stevenson, WA at the Family Diner and had a gear meal and even better pie. Then on to ...
... thinking about the podiatrist who had told me people over 50 couldn't walk long distance and had insinuated that I would not be able to do this. I got more and more frustrated with that type of physician - just think of all the people who start running marathons in their sixties and beyond! Here we are a culture of obese individuals and a doctor tells patients they shouldn't be pushing themselves. As I continued to walk and think about it I realized he was the only person ...