Tag Archives: Oregon

Snow Fields and Camel Knees

I take the dogs from their snuggled spots on the hotel room bed out into the frigid air. We go downstairs, around the building, to the grassy area along the river where there is plenty of leaves and bushes. I try to … Continue reading

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It’s Raining Roses and Folk Music

We wake to a morning still covered in rain. The tent may be wet, but we are dry and the day will go on. We pack our things and make our way into town. This time we are determined to wait until the cheese … Continue reading

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Spending a Day the Coastal Way

The fast part about waking up in a hotel is that there is no tent to break down (unless we have brought it in to dry it out). We are quick to let the dogs out of the cozy car … Continue reading

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Fried Sandwood

Up a few hours later from our late night conversation and we are nothing short of things to talk about. Wendy makes eggs, sausage, and toast for breakfast. I will have an egg sandwich with mustard. Today’s background-noise film is … Continue reading

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Fate Had Its Own Plans

Ed and Lorraine went to bed so quickly and quietly last night that I fell asleep on the couch. I had slept for most of the movie and I liked the silence and lighting of the room. I woke up … Continue reading

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