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... as we approach these once-every-one-or-two-year trips abroad, we’re not sure we’ll get the chance to return to any of these wonderful countries and places, so we try to balance seeing everything we want to with a sense of reality.
(BTW, now traveling at 300 km/hr. Writing this on my sweet little Bluetooth keyboard using Word on my iPhone. A bit of an experiment since I don’t have an iPad yet ...
... of mostly second-growth forest with a few patches of old growth. About 70 miles of recreational trails, including the Wildwood Trail segment of the city's 40 Mile Loop system.
One of our outings takes us to an eatery that Casey discovered called the “MK Café” where we enjoy a mid-week brunch of fantastic Dim Sum.
Enjoy the Ride, and try this – use Vinegar and not Soy Sauce with your Dim Sum! Yumm!
... with brunching & promenading.
Leaving the city again we headed to Multnomah Falls for a short hike to test out Josie's forest legs. Josie & I made it to switchback 4/11 on the uphill mountain trail before a scenic feed stop was required, where while perched on a rock with an amazing outlook a friendly deer crept up behind us to say hi!! Rich kept switch-backing to the top.
Our last ...
... world (with Ben Simmons and Thon Maker as Australian representatives) and an NBA game, Trailblazers vs Utah Jazz (with 'our' Dante Exum and Joe Ingles). Both games were exiting till the end and it was great to see such high quality games in this setting.
Today we explored the North Coast of Oregon, from Astoria to Cannon Beach. The coast as well as the hinterland was spectacular and despite the reputation of this part of the world it stayed dry yet ...
... t about Spain or Europe or anything foreign and exotic. It's about what I have right here at home. I was missing one word to tie my thought together, and to really articulate how I feel after 5 months abroad and 10 days back in Portland. Fatefully, this evening Granddad said to my dad exactly what I have been feeling, but unable to accurately articulate: "It takes a village."
As the old proverb goes, "it takes a village to raise a child." After separating ...