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Well... today marks the day we "get the hell outta Dodge"! We are hoping for a smooth and easy trip to the Big Island. It will be over 8 hours of traveling, connecting through Honolulu, and we will landing in Hilo later this evening. From there, we drive to a private little studio rental situated just a few ...
... surprise to find a nearly full parking lot. It seems that we’re not the only people to have fallen for their rose pinot noir! We taste while taking in the great views and need little persuasion to by a case to be shipped back to California.
Not too much further on to Portland the “other” costal city in the Pacific Northwest. Liberal, trendy and very bike-friendly, Portland does very much have the feel of Seattle’s little sister. Everyone we speak ...
... a classic child-parent role play. I
don’t have kids so I can’t relate, and kudos to all the parents out there
dealing with difficult, tired children after a long day at the zoo. But at the same
time, tell your arrogant little kid to stop banging on the glass to wake up the
otters. They’re sleeping and they don’t care for your ugly face to be the first
thing they see upon waking.
I feel a bit mean here, but ...
... We had a nice picnic lunch at the top while we enjoyed the view.
After Dog Mountain, we headed over to nearby Multnomah Falls to get our daily waterfall fix. We decided we hadn't had nearly enough climbing, and we hiked to the upper viewpoint at Multnomah Falls (2.6 miles, 700 feet in elevation gain).
It was a really terrific day! Lots of beautiful sights. We ended the day with a well-earned local beer. ...
... stuff done. Jon then was kind enough to go pick up Indian food for dinner for the adults in the house which was wonderful & the kids had their dinner & then the kids had a bath & got ready for us to get back into the swim of things the next day with school & work & our regularly scheduled program.
Arizona was a fun place to visit & it was great seeing family & friends but I'm glad we were home. :)