La Wis Wis Campground
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... this is huge, the waitress then said the fajitas are coming.... WHAT?... then a massive hot plate of veggies came out... it was unbelievable. There was enough to feed a family of four. Dans burrito was double the size of what you would expect! We saved the leftovers for dinner tonight! It was amazing food and soooo cheap! I think we are going to enjoy America!
After a few days in the forest we are heading off to the city of Portland tomorrow, followed by some beach ...
... through the green mat of pines, firs and oaks below. It is stunning, too much so for words.
During the week we met quite a few other hikers, namely Beamer, Switch, Happy feet, Crackerjack, Karma and Hof Zombie. Hof Zombie is the first Australian I've met on trail, it had been so long since I heard the accent I actually had trouble picking where he was from. He is a machine, clocking 30-40 miles a day on the trail without ...
... I do like outdoor tools and equipment though. I have bought plenty over the years that have been getting lots of use as dust collection devices in the garage.Other than my ill-fated snow camping trip that got cut short because I hurt my back getting my backpack out of the car trunk, I haven’t put on a fully weighted backpack since I climbed Mt Baker in 2001.
My lower back isn’t what it used to be and carrying lots of weigh compresses my spine over a ...
... The forest got thicker as we increased elevation into the Blue Mountains, a beautiful little range. We passed the crest at 4500 feet and descended a steep pass back into the empty, desert plain around the city of Pendleton. This city is the last Western city, much like Mitchell is the first. Past here is the Pacific Northwest, with its coffee and it's dams and pine forests, potheads, and big cities. Soon enough we were at the bridge over the mighty Columbia River, which was dammed up, ...
... a jacket potato and Jackie has spicy shrimp with the other half of the jacket potato(only one potato because Jackie over cooked the other spud with the deceptively powerful microwave)all very nice and a great end to a perfect day.
Monday 9th June
up at 5.00 am and whilst making a cup of tea I see trees moving and notice a pair of elk in the bushes at the front of the cabin and I sit and watch them feeding and they edge closer and closer to the deck so I go ...