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... it really cuts down the visitors that actually make it into the gorge. If not for the jam, I can only imagine how insanely crowded this area would be – afterall, there were already a LOT of visitors!! I had read and expected to have to cross “****** deep” water, but D later said that she was expecting that it would only be knee high, since it was later in the summer. But little would prepare us for what was coming ...
... of a country road, actually got to visit with the owner, Mr. Pfeiffer himself, has lived at the site of the winery his whole life, having just turned 74, charming fellow. Area by the winery called the water gardens, beautifully landscaped bodies of water with various waterfalls, surrounded by chairs, tables & loungers where guests can enjoy their wine. Short stay here in Oregon but many ...
... middle loop of the park and saw some of the "paint pots" which are hot springs that are colored by the minerals they bring up with the hot water. We exited through the Mammoth Hot Springs gate, although Bill stayed in Yellowstone to do more sightseeing and then rejoin us at some point down the road. On our way out of the park we had a "Bear Sighting" of a mother brown bear and her cub. We did not stop for this one either as they are supposed to like motorcyclist with a little ...
Blue sky promised a clear, albeit, cold morning to enjoy the Shamrock Run/Walk on St. Patrick's Day this year. Scarlet, daughter and child one, ran the 15K, so was up at the crack of dawn and on the route before we reached Portland. Son Harv and I drove up together and found fair sailing right until we reached Portland. We decided to take Naito - a BIG mistake - and ended up sitting at a stand still for 20 minutes, before we were informed ...
... to view the changed Mt. St. Helen but the
info and video at the visitor center really showed the devastation and impact
of the eruption!
We stopped for the Thanksgiving weekend with Nevin and Wendy
Duplessis in Salem. Garland knew Nevin from
his Dalhousie days. The Duplessis
property is an old cherry orchard. Although too late for the cherries we could
pick plums to nosh on and enjoyed ...