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Going along a little further, we came upon some hills with the blown down, dead trees. This is what we expected to see everywhere, but apparently there are only certain parts of this area where no tree re-growth has started.
At the Johnson Ridge Observatory, there is a big visitor's center with ...
... c.1970s Chicago song?)
We mounted up after a good lunch and followed the Jackson Hiway south to SR 508, where we turned east and started up an oh-so-gradual grade through farmland (lots of hayfields). At one point we looked up to the south and there was Mt St Helens! When the sun shines in western Washington it is so beautiful! (Alas , but it just doesn't shine enough.)
Suddenly on a little nice ...
After 2 countries, 2 states and many cities and towns - you would thought that I throw in the towel. Not yet!!! I need to visit a few more of the food trucks before heading out of Portland. After all, breakfast is an important meal of the day, right?
- a Doro Watt from Emame's Ethiopian,
- Fishies from Eurotrash
- a Big Bowl ...
... their walk and we looked at their photos until everyone was ready to head back to camp. We spent the evening having dinner and chilling by the campfire, as per usual....Laura's getting really good at starting and tending the fire, so I think this is her unofficial job haha. We're heading into Olympic National Park tomorrow, which should be amazing...it's the only temperate rainforest in the world...I think our sunny days might be over, and it might be time to get our rain jackets out! Deej ...
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QUOTE OF THE DAY:
"This market is yours to benefit you and your children."
Thomas P. Revelle 1907
one of the founders of Pikes Place Public Market
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