From our site here at the
Champoeg State Heritage Area just south of Portland, OR, we took a little trip back in time along the Willamette River.
Two miles out to the red 5, two miles back. Yep, in the rain. Because it’s the Pacific Northwest, and if you don’t get out and move, you’ll mold.
The bigger picture
It was a gray and drizzly day…
Oregon’s oldest continuously operating store, established in 1863, is closed for the season. We knew that before we headed out, but wanted to see it anyway. Worth the walk to peer inside the wavy glass and see the old tables, chairs and countertops inside.
“But Emily,” you inquire. “We know you hate mud. Why did you go hiking four miles on a rainy day, idiot?”
Paved trails, bitches! I win. Like this: Like Loading...
Snarky, irreverent, occasionally sentimental, viewing the world with head cocked and one eyebrow up. Navy wife (retired), mom to two bigguys, full-time RV traveler with husband. Shit breaks and we make mistakes. Join me anyway?
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January 13, 2016
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