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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... Oregon, stories about the airforce , and stories about hitchhiking and old communes.
Then there was Green Flash. A guy in his mid 30s who upon completion of the PCT will have earned the long distance hiking triple crown. He graduated from oregon's out door leadership program and has some funny stories about working at a jaguar refugee in south America. Red Bass a fisherman from the San Diego area and Mr. White both in there mid 30s joined us as well. And then there was ...
... handle this alone, people need people...I need people, for encouragement, support. Last night at Guitar Lake Heather knew I was having a hard time and she called out from her tent "I love you" to me. It meant an awful lot. Being alone with my struggles had left a raw spot and those words were a salve.
Eventually I made it to Outpost campground and looked around for a good place for us to pitch our 5 tents that might be out of the fierce wind. I didn't ...
... thought. Even though the rest of the group had been there a while I appreciated their patience and encouragement... a lot. I gave Craig a hug, which apparently he doesn't really go for, but I couldn't help it. He stuck with me. Later Jody shared with me that he had said at some point that he really didn't know if "we" (I'm sure-ME) would make it. I'm glad I didn't fold physically or mentally and made it through.
Side note: I'm not accustomed to being the ...
... be the last clean socks...from that point on "dry" was the operative word...clean was a thing of the past) and I heeded the call of nature with the geographical respect of all my new best friends.
At that point "we" decided that we would push on for an additional few miles beyond our previous plan in order to leave less to conquer on Day 2, which was promising to be even more brutal in altitude climb and miles covered than Day 1. (I kept ...
... to let them know it's time to hunt. Also, when we reached the end of the cave, the guide offered the adventurous a chance to follow the creek ( dry in the summer) out of the cave. So myself and one couple descended some steps down to the creek bed and had a great exit from the cave. One of the better things that I have done in caves. I am starting to worry about overdosing on fantastic during this year's ...