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... start burning those and the blackberry bushes shortly. We all took an early lunch today, and I made myself a repeat of last night's dinner, except in a burrito. After lunch, I finished moving boxes, fed our lambs with the help of some neighbors. I gave a quick tour to the neighbors and talked to them about the area and all. After my tour, I washed eggs and then Brian and I had to tackle ...
We awoke a little earlier than usual as I wanted to utilize our deck as much as possible. The weather forecast for today said that the oceanfront was to clear up and the wind to die down. Well, the wind did indeed quiet but the clouds remained obscuring a clear oceanview. But sitting outside, coffee in hand, bundled in blankets, listening to the waves, to blog this morning sure felt great. We checked out of the hotel at noon and ...
... It's the best idea we have had all trip :-) With map in hand we headed east towards the suburb of hawthorne and Mt Tabor Park. As we rode the clouds became to move away and the sun began to shine as we proceeded towards Mt tabor in search for some beautiful viewpoints on the city skyline and Mt Hood. The ride was so pleasant with well equipped bikes on well established bike friendly paths and roads. The driver's were so tolerant of us cyclists and never at any point did ...
Some Final Thoughts:
Looking back on the trip, we managed to put together a memorable experience. Some of it was pure dumb luck, but it worked out. The cities and towns we visited, the hotels where we stayed, the transportation all turned out to be good choices. For a couple of duffers we were pretty pleased.
Contrary to many other people’s experience, we encountered absolutely no rudeness from the French. They told us that in ...
... from May to October. Come experience the area's legendary fruits and berries, not to mention handmade products from local artisans. Truly an experience only found in Lake Oswego.
What to Do:
Natural Areas - Lake Oswego boasts over 300 acres of parks and trails. Take a peaceful walk around Millennium Park, or check out the restored remains of an iron furnace from the 1800's at George Rogers park. Or, simply sit ...