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It's just after breakfast, but I must journal about last night’s adventure:
4:45 a.m. Pitch black outside. Rees was next to me in the bed, but awake - reading his book, trying to fall back asleep. I was awakened by a loud noise coming from outside the motorhome, near our bedroom in the back, on the driver’s side. Rees heard it, too. It sounded like someone was breaking into the outside compartments of our motorhome! (We had just been told ...
We left Ainsworth and headed west on Rt. 30 which boasts some of the best falls on the Columbia River Gorge corridor. We stopped at Horsetail Falls and hiked up a mountain above the falls, through the upper forest (with GREAT views off the cliffs), to Oneonta Creek and Oneonta Falls. We then drove down the street to Multnomah Falls. We hiked up to the bridge for better views. Wes saw a huge crawfish in the nearby stream. The kids ...
... promptly, checked in and in a hospital gown before I knew it.
There was drama in the booth next to me that took most of their attention and took my mind of my condition. A large lady had tripped over her feet getting out of her 'truck' causing her to squash her ankle with her bottom... there is no privacy in rooms separated only by curtains!
She was allergic to everything, so the pain killers they gave her weren't working I suppose, as she groaned in pain ...
... early and took a few more things to the car and packed up sleeping bag and very shortly Ed and Lana arrived. They unpacked while I tried to stay out of the way. The temp was just right for sitting outside to read. Later had Pizza for supper and soon everyone was off to bed. Barb S L had contacted me and we will go to the show tomorrow and I will spend the night with her.
June 28th Sunday- Another just right temp days. I left ...
This morning we went for a walk on Cannon Beach. There was a cool wind but the tide was out and there were many people walking, kids making sandcastles, people riding bikes. The Haystack and the other rock pillars look different in the morning light so Peter was keen to get some more photos. Fletcher found the soft sand hard going so after a short walk he perched on a large piece of driftwood and I joined him after a short stroll. We watched the gulls drinking from the ...