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... I don’t think any of us have had a steak since we left SJ. My steak was yummy except overdone. Both girls had ribs, and A (surprisingly given how hungry she claimed to be) struggled to eat all of hers!! After dinner, we checked into the hotel, and while we were out with the dogs we saw the most beautiful sunset of the entire trip so far. I was bummed out that I didn’t even have my camera with me, and ...
It was a pretty exhausting day today. We only rode 85 miles but the majority of it was on this horibbly gravelly road that just killed our speed. The ride was hard but when we got to Richland and we had an awesome friendship vist with the arc of the tri cities. I was able to meet some amazing people and share a fun dinner and dance party with them. My entire day was made when ...
... prepared for anything it seems. All in all, we've made no decisions, had a great birthday adventure and are still alive. What more could a man ask for in the area of celebration?
Tomorrow is another day, as my mom might have said. Speaking of which, tomorrow is quickly approaching, so I'll end this attempt at journalistic entertainment. BTW, it's still snowing here in the so-called "Low Lands." Hang tight, there'll be more tomorrow...
I jotted down some thoughts on traveling solo:
* is o.k...
* but, it's nice to have someone to share your experiences with
* you only have yourself to please
* it can be boring at times
* restaurants with people outside inviting people in ignore someone on their own ;-)
* there is no one to watch your baggage for you
* you talk to people & make friends you wouldn't otherwise make
Passing through fields from Nebraska to Eastern Washington, we've seen remarkable change. Nebraska's deep green, flat fields of corn and soy gave way to an abundance of hay in Idaho, then as we climbed over the drier and drier hills of Eastern Oregon, dry sage and an occasional irrigated field punctuated the brown hills.
Arby struggled mightily. Not only did Joe have to constantly downshift ...