The Winchester Inn
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After seven days on the road it was time to take a break. No alarm clock this morning, leisurely showers, and a nice breakfast was wonderful. We did laundry as the clothes do not clean themselves even when traveling and then just relaxed. I did take the opportunity to stalk the hummingbirds at their feeder. The male rufus was very protective of ...
There is not much to write about for today journey. We left Winnemucca with heavy clouds and rain, the remnants of Hurricane Blanca from the Pacific, but not more than 30 to 40 miles up the road we were out of the rain and sunny skies showed up. Our drive was 400 miles of two lane road across the northern Nevada flat desert like area to the tree covered mountains of Oregon. Many miles of the drive we on ...
... we came into more haze, but this time it was from forest fires - not too hear us, but the smoke had spread over a large area. We encountered the smoke as we now headed east, over the coastal range, and joined the interstate 5 south. Very bad visibility for a while, but fortunately improved by the time we got near Ashland. We stopped at the Rogue Creamery and got some cheese, yum, ...
This begins the narrative of my family's first big post-retirement trips.
The two of us set out toward Port Sulfur, LA to do Post-Katrina home buildings in the Southernmost tip of Louisiana. One half a mile to the East you were in the Mississippi River, which was at flood stage and 1/2 mile to the West you were in the Bayou.
The first part of the trip was a scramble to get to ...
... Friend, Logistics – One my closest and most respected friends. A character cut from the purest stone, sensitive yet strong as an ox, The kind of friend who would take a bullet in the chest for you, then pull it out and chew on it. Boundless energy. Soul brother.