Sunset Motel Hood River
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... car which was great. It put us up higher with a wider range of vision. We had a table between us for our cameras etc. They also came around and offered drinks. I just got a glass of water. We left right on time at 11:00. First the engine pushed us out of the station and up the track for 10 or 15 minutes to what is called a switchback. It is pretty much like a switchback on a hiking trail, switching direction and taking ...
... I had a 1/2 order of strawberry and rhubarb crepes with whipped cream and two eggs scrambled and two sausage links. Everything was scrumptious, wonderful comfort food. After breakfast we went to the QFC next door and got Moon Berries (oblong grapes) and sandwiches for lunch. Larry and I got a wrap to split - kung pao chicken. Derek got a turkey with cranberries sandwich.
Then we got in the car and found our way south ...
... to board the Jeep and head north. We have no other plans other than to be in Hood River tonight, so we’ve elected to take the long way by heading more or less northwest until we almost hit Portland, and then east along the Columbia River Gorge to Hood River.
Almost immediately, the country changes from the volcanic rock-scape we have seen since Klamath Falls into agricultural land reminiscent of the ...
Here's what I learned when I googled "Statistics about Death". (What? What would YOU look up at a time like this?):
Americans currently have a life expectancy of around 78.7 years. And apparently, in every country of the world, including Peru, women live longer than men. This is a good sign, since I, and the rest of my traveling friends, are women. We will probably survive our trip!
... humanity, (like murder), so we probably won't run into any of them during our time in Peru. Fujimori's daughter Keiko, IS around however. She ran for the presidency of Peru in 2011. She barely lost that election even though/because she hired Rudy Giuliani as a campaign advisor. Running for president is a popular pastime these days, isn't it.
And with that, I think I've covered all the high points of trip ...