Monthly Archives: July 2012

Duned in Oregonian

Rode by and through the famous Oregon Sand Dunes. Pretty cool! One can hike or dune buggy depending on the stretch of beach one is on.

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Florence OR

Florence Oregon was all about food for me! As soon as I saw the A&W I had to stop. It was beyond awesome — ok I was starving, but I scarfed it down just the same. Once satisfied I began … Continue reading

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Tsunami or not to tsunami?

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I am on the coast!

The past two days were quite interesting. Leaving Oregon City for Salem was uneventful until I lost my phone. There are times when I a bit absent minded. I forgot to zip the pocket that was the home of the … Continue reading

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Wow, you are certainly suspicious!

After consultation with my advisory team it seems my attempt at being clever failed miserably regarding my blog about US 30–a highway in Oregon. My mistress blog was my tongue-cheek way of showing appreciation for safe roadways. Those who know … Continue reading

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Voodoo in Portland

I am nearing the end of my Portland R&R. I spent two nights with my friend “C” and her hubby David–gracious hosts both. During my time here i have been able to confirm that Portland is a bike haven. It … Continue reading

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Love is a many splendid thing!

Apologies to my wife, I found the perfect mistress. She had long black ribbons of curls that tumbled down her smooth bare shoulders. What a ride……….what more could I ask for! US30 from Ranier, OR to Portland!

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Crossing the Columbia River.

Made to Portland this afternoon. Waiting to be picked up by a friend. R&R for a few days as I prepare to mooch off three friends.

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In the volcano zone!

Had to stop in Longview, WA for some minor bike work. Eating lunch in preparation for crossing the Columbia River into Oregon.

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This is the Darby Water wheel–one of the oldest functioning contraptions in the US of A.

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