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... I was amazed after packing it all, that my bag came in at 12 lbs - this is well below my goal weight, which leaves me plenty of room for snacks and of course, a bottle of wine. The biggest culprits of delay for pilgrims are blisters and tendonitis. I have considerable experience with painful feet, so I'm hoping that some of the strategies I've developed and the low pack weight will prevent either of these from becoming debilitating.
... the time Cycle Oregon started…or so I thought.
Day 1… the first 75 miles worked out pretty good cycling with my dad, my brother-in-law (Justin), and 18 yr old son (Jaxom).. I was feeling pretty good… Day 2… My dad and Justin for personal reasons decided to head out on shorter rides… so now just my son and I.. no issues… the pace is a bit faster…but I am keeping up… then about 40 miles in… I am getting ...
... save for eating and drinking lots and entering into a losing battle with painfully slow wifi. With our last day in town we wanted to do some bargain shopping and see some sights so we set off with no fixed agenda on our little scooter to see where we might end up. After we went round in a few circles we came across a few tasteful little shops and made a cheeky purchase or two, and on the way home stopped off at a tourist attraction called 'Money Temple’ Now we’ve been to ...
... Hmm... I have never known sand to feel like shattered glass! Not able to make it to the sea the party continued in our room! Warming our feet in the bar and carrying on drinking we soon had knocks on our door. Having been blamed for marijuana being smoked in the hotel we soon turned the serious moment into hilarious banter and high fiving the local police who encouraged us to go have a bonfire on the beach! We soon passed out and successfully settled in at Lincoln City!
... we were served salted caramel cookie bar and Marionberry crumble bar
A thoroughly enjoyable evening with great food. Our guide, Kelsey, was warm, friendly, knowledgable and had a wicked sense of humour. Foodie tours are truly a unique and wonderful way to explore and learn about a city, not only its history, culture and how it came to be but also how it's local food scene has developed and contributed along the way.