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- Pets allowed
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... the The Auferhiede today but would love to come and climb it again. Dennis did great and certainly went well out of his comfort limits to define a new much expanded group of skills and abilities as a cyclist. My hats metaphorically off to him and his accomplishment. As for myself I guess I'm an bicycle tourer now as I've done 2 and am thinking of the next ...
So the night before Shima and I fell asleep while listening to the waves of the Pacific. It was still a lot to take in. I was back on the west coast...a place I had missed early. Now I was here...the reality was all around me. I now had a few weeks left to play and explore before I had to land at my final destination and get started on my new life.
So this morning Shima and I had some coast to explore before stopping at ...
... on the McKenzie River. I think we figured it out that we were related through Jared’s great grandmother’s uncle who moved out to Oregon long ago as a logger. There is a large group of Koozers that live in close proximity to each other, so that stretch of road along the McKenzie Hwy has been dubbed “Koozerville.” Jared’s parents traveled out here years ago with his grandparents and uncle to visit and returned a few years ago. So ...
Hi fellow travelers... well some of you are traveling.
Monday, I went back up to the Dosewallops River with a book and campchair and enjoyed the sounds and smells of rough river a few feet away from me. It stayed overcast and kinda chilly but still enjoyable.
I was in WA 5 days, and it was intermittently rainy, cloudy, sunny, chilly, never warm, but that's not what I am up ...
... to move, Amy Jo…this property is YOU." Of course Amy Jo then had to see it, and “the rest is history.” The same day that they had adopted Xander, the deaf Great Dane (Deaf Dane Rescue, Inc., now located in Oakridge to be closer to TDR), they looked at the property for the first time. “Six months later,” says Amy Jo, “we were sipping coffee from a deck staring straight into Willamette National Forest.”
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