Girasol Vineyard & Inn
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Day 3, June 3, 2015
(LC equivalent 4/21-5/1/1806)
While LC struggled up the Columbia River until about a mile
north of the confluence with the Walla Walla I had a beautiful drive along the
east end of the Columbia Gorge on WA 14 and then US 730 on the Oregon
side. First stop was the overlook of
the river where Celilo Falls existed before the construction of ...
... is my red bag followed by all four pair of shoes. I still have lots of room left for something else. Ah yes, my raincoat that I stuffed into a small stuff sack will fit perfectly with a little room to spare.
The rest will go into the two smaller compartments in front, burying the items that don't need to be seen at security and putting the regulation size, see-through plastic bag containing my 3 oz. bottles ...
... looked back. But I digress! When it comes to packing a suitcase with clothes, I roll.
But then I got to thinking about my upcoming trip where we'll be moving hotels every two days. Even though every item of clothing was neatly rolled and fitted into my suitcase like a skilled game of Tetris, I'd have a lot of layers of individual t-shirts and tops and underwear and skirts to paw through everyday just to put together an outfit. There must ...
... and white color palette with accents in turquoise and fuchsia.
It's hard knowing what to pack because we'll be in big cities as well as small villages. I prefer to go for the urban dressy look in the big cities like Milan, Rome or Paris, so I packed several dresses and skirts for those places; but long or cropped pants and a T-shirt are better for hiking about the Cinque Terre or boating to view the calanques ...
... waves reach hurricane force added to a shifting sand bars and weather conditions that change in 15 minutes makes for a very dangerous condition.
July 25 day 7 Today is the end of the journey. The one stop today is Fort Clatsop, the winter camp before Lewis & Clark made the trip bck to St. Louis . We learned that the fort took only two weeks to build and the corps spent a miserable wet and cold winter until the return home. The interesting display had a Clark family ...