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South of the border, down Mexico wayFebruary 8th, 20203 months to go.
What, exactly, is a dismal nitch, you might well be asking. It could a place where the Lewis and Clark party spent six miserable days and nights near the mouth of the Columbia River. A place that William Clark referred … Continue reading
Thanks to Stephen Ambrose for the title of this post. “Undaunted Courage: Because we are ending our trip on the banks of the Columbia River very near the place where Lewis and Clark spent the winter of 1805-1806 on their … Continue reading
After a hotel with author-themed rooms, we returned to home base where the main theme is dust control . . . and the dust is gaining ground. Splendid summer weather in Salem for our two days back. More Saturday marketing … 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
Okay, this is an excuse post. I had planned on blogging two days ago but the dog ate my iPad . . . no, I dropped it into the toilet while I was brushing my teeth at the sink . … Continue reading
There were never such devoted sisters/never had to have a chaperone, no sir/I’m here to keep an eye on her.” Oh, my gosh! What has happened? I sat down to write a brief post about our time in Sisters, Oregon, … 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