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... to Podnah’s Pit for a second go at the great BBQ they produce there. When we arrived there was a line-up out the door but since the sun was shining we didn’t mind the twenty minute wait for a table. Their smoked brisket is out of this world good so we both ordered it with black-eye pea salad. Dan ordered the collard greens to go along with his. The brisket did not disappoint and the black-eye peas were a treat. We will be making this a regular stop whenever we are in ...
The rain held off for a while, so we decided to check out some coastal stuff as we continued our cruise up the 101.
1st stop- Cape Disappointment. YES, it lived up to its name.
Actually, it wasn't that bad. a small lighthouse (we ended up going ...
... from the dense green forest of Douglas Firs to the foaming ice-cold waters of the Pacific. We explored the rock pools filled with star fish and sea anemones and even glimpsed tiny baby turtles burrowing into the sand from the tide. After an afternoon of spinning poi and frisbee the intense sun finally drove us from the beach back to the big smoke of Portland. We spent the weekend with the family, splashing around with the twins in the park, eating amazing ...
night! Not too shabby for Amy, not too shabby at all.
After Tam left, we had a poke around and then
our stomachs sent us in search of food. There was a pretty big main road near
us, so we walked along, found some grub, and then bought a few groceries since
we now had a kitchen to cook and a fridge for storing things. Also free access
to a washing machine and dryer! What even is this??!?! The heat was pretty
oppressive, so we spent ...
... was to turn the air conditioner up to 90 so it does not run ALL day! So much traffic for this early in the morning. A few stops for breaks and fuel and the trip was nice. Gas is around $3.60 in AZ and up to $3.90 in Utah! The Subaru is averaging 27.6 MPG and that is good. I was not sure how far I was going today but ended up at Johns place in Midvale Ut 15 hours after leaving home. A very long day but not that tired. John was ...