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... will be mobs of people before long. I am having some difficulty with the high altitude today and am drinking lots of water. Seems to come and go.
The highlight for me was our visit to Jans Rennstal shop for repair and ski prep run by Ritchie's cousin Erik Boller. Erik is a mountain recreation expert. His shop is equipped with the latest in technology.The advanced tuning equipment are ...
... On a couple occasions as we were driving and Suzanne was reading the book we passed road signs indicating we were ON the Lewis and Clark trail. What a fantastic way to experience this history.
As we approached Salt Lake City the traffic started to increase and then got really heavy. The thing that really struck us as we entered the city area were the massive mountains on the Eastern side (Wasatch range perhaps?). It ...
As if to rub salt in the wound, it was drizzling just enough so that when we woke up early in the morning the tent had not dried out and everything felt damp. We didn't bother making breakfast and packed the car as quickly as possible, wet tent and tarp included, and bid the Badlands farewell. We had learned why the area was named such.
After an hour or so on the road we decided to give ourselves a little dose of civilization ...
We arrived in Portland at around 5:30. We went to Portland to see Nike HQ, but we also came to see and stay with Dad's college roommate, Kirk Olsen, and his family. They could not have been nicer. When we got to the house, Kirk was home alone with his pre-school age daughter, Elise, whom we met in her pajamas wearing a pink tiara. I think Sam literally threw her bag over her shoulder and ran into the playroom. When they didn't emerge, we learned that there was a play ...
... the road for 9 hours!) It’s all about perspective and being mentally prepared for what’s ahead!
We’ve been playing our own version of Taboo along the way. We use the Taboo cards and take turns giving clues. (Everyone, that is except Troy.) He doesn’t give clues, but he does give answers. The kids are still being entertained by reading, drumming, DVDs, iPods, and iPhones. They also helped me do some ...