River Run Lodge
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... the things I am not sure I can complete or achieve I am most attracted to, I mean “what doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger” right?
So, on such a night I called my very old and wonderful friend to do a
reality check. One reason I decided to call McKenzie instead of many
other numerous friends is because she is the most positive and
optimistic person I know and I thought that if I called her I would get
the answer I wanted most ...
When people are present in our night company other than ourselves, I won't be writing that evening. If no one else is camped nearby, I write with ease. The concept of a writers retreat or sanctuary suddenly seems crystal clear. We write as a form of communication across distance and time of great value. It can bridge these gaps and target broadly or with intent. Even if you are only writing to yourself, that future you is someone you haven't met yet therefore you are ...
Made contact with Dad's cousin Jerry Burch who lives in Portland, OR. He & Ginsong were back from China and they welcomed us to stay with them for the couple days we would be in Portland. They have a lovely home on the outskirts of Portland. Driving in we were surprised how hilly the city is. We were glad we had our GPS because roads seemed to enter at funny angles. Dad's great sense of direction was confused. It ...
... It was a memorable trip since I hadn't seen Steven in 16 months & before we came back home, Steven surprised me with my engagement ring!
On Friday, we journeyed across the Columbia River into Washington State with Gary & Linda to Columbia Hills State Park. We took a hiking trip in the park & got to see multiple sites with Indian petroglyphs. It was very interesting & a perfect day for hiking. The park bordered the Columbia ...
... was warmer than usual. It is a volcano under there after all.
The North Waldo Campground, overseen by the National Forestry Service, sits on the edge of the lake – you can imagine how great the view is – definitely the best view so far from our campsite! The landscape is completed by some pretty awesome conifers that sport Lorax (think Suess) style mossy mustaches. A million dollar view for only $10 a night.
After Waldo we set out in ...