Hartland Inn & Motel
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... I was never worried about ourselves I thought we might witness a bicyclist get smooshed between buses more than once. There was a miscommunication with our host so we stayed in a hotel in Clonmel that night and she picked us on Friday at noon and took us to the farm. We havnt done much work yet because WWOOFers get the weekend off. We walked around and explored the farm this weekend, we went to the pub with all the other WWOOFers and ...
... having enough gas to make it back down the mountain, turn back now to get gas and come back again (this option would take me well into the evening, which I didn't want), or to bite the bullet and call it quits. As a measure of safety, I went with option 3. Turning around and heading back down, I was pretty disappointed with myself for a short while. This was to be my last major landmark before entering Oregon! But I was able to get myself over it by ...
Well here we are, two days to go and trying not to panic. We are both excited and nervous. We are leaving to spend the night in Boise tomorrow and then we fly out early Wednesday morning. We will be posting more then. ☺ We appreciate all your ...
... But we made it in one piece!
We decided to walk up the Trail to the Ranger Lookout Station. The sign said .2 mile. We found out, that is "as the crow flies". It's more like .6, straight up.
When we got up there, we discovered the Ranger Lookout Station is actually a ...
... Which is a famous wine from France. While we finished talking, I noticed that Scott had been dragged down to the water with the children. The view of them that I saw as I approached them was magical, out of a movie or something. Scott was playing with these 3 kids, with the two dogs prancing and dancing with excitement. In that moment I not only stopped to take a picture, but I stopped to take it all in, that Scott will one day be a wonderful father and ...