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France in the fallSeptember 5th, 2019So long.
Tuesday, September 17, 2019 Hello to my three faithful readers. It’s been a few days since I’ve written anything but that shouldn’t be construed as meaning nothing of interest has been happening. On Friday, Michael and I left Bordeaux and … Continue reading
Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019 Gosh, it seems like just yesterday I was greeting Bordeaux and tomorrow morning we will be driving out of town. Guess I’d better make a few comments on how the past two days have been spent. … Continue reading
Sunday, Sept. 8, 2019 Well, we made it. Flights over were pretty much uneventful. Because our flight from Seattle to London was much earlier in the day than usual, we decided NOT to try to sleep on the way over. … Continue reading
Some people go to the beach, some people go to the shore, some people go to the seaside, we, in Oregon, go to the coast and that is exactly what the four of us did on Wednesday morning. We threw … Continue reading
I haven’t written a really good plumbing post for quite a while . . . and this isn’t going to be it. But really, who thought this was a good idea?
Yesterday, Wednesday, June 19th, we struck our tents at Edgefield and headed off for new adventures. Our driver has been doing brilliantly on this trip and the fact that he made a wrong turn as we left the Edgefield driveway … Continue reading
Another fabulous day and a half! Departure from Kingston yesterday about 11 a.m. and shooting down I-5 had us arriving at McMenamins Edgefield in Troutdale, Oregon around 3:30 p.m. We checked into our king suites* (H and J in the … Continue reading
The only thing that’s better than having a great trip in foreign lands is having a great trip at home. Saturday, June 15, Michael and I drove up to Seattle to pick up two very good friends who were arriving … Continue reading
Friday, May 31: Another day of moving base but managing to fit in a couple of nice walks, as well. The day brought with it a blanket of clouds pulled firmly down over the tops of the mountains. Even some … Continue reading