The Wayfarer Resort
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... with lots of trucks and enormous RVs. We bore left on the 58 which was a much quieter road, still through forest- the Deschutes National Forest. This road was downhill all the way from about 6000 ft to 1000 ft! The view over Odell Lake and beyond was hazy due to Forest Fires in the a area. You could smell the smoke, and we saw more further on. This area is for winter sports and there was some snow on the peaks.we came to the Willamette ...
... very much at the wedding! We were invited to the rehearsal dinner at Mary-Alice & Mike's lovely home. It is on the Mckenzie River and looks like a lodge. They bought it at a sheriff's sale and it had been empty for 3 years. They have labored endlessly to make it a dream home. They have a before and after picture book and it's amazing to see the differences. It was fun to be with all the Rodstrom's. We can't wait for the ...
... Dog yet, but he’s no mamby-pamby, lap dog either. This trip gave Ricky the opportunity to be more dog than he’s ever been before in his life, and as the sum of the blog stories go, it appears he’s become more of an Emotional Aide Dog than any questionable internet certification could have ever foretold.
Another journey's end post script on the drive up the Pacific Coast Highway: it was ...
... t walk and allow himself to be dragged across a street while having a fit, then he can go in the stroller. I will have to memorize the location of every public washroom in Portland as we walk around. I hope to hell that Mel is feeling better because I need my commiserator to counsel me. I am lowering my expectations in advance and researching Portland's distractions for children. Anyway, back to what begat this entry: the Eugene Saturday Market. ...
... He and I paddled 5 of the miles thru town, and he captured the trip on video. See videos at bottom of the photo section; videos are called "Middle Fork pts 1, 2, 3, and 4."
7/2/13: So, I FINALLY paddled the Middle Fork stretch alone, in my IK, one day just 5 miles, with Ken B helping with the shuttle, and the second time, 12 miles, with Tired Dog Ranch owner (and friend), Sally Harmon being sherpa and shuttler. Thank you to both of you! The 12 miles stretch was ...