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Monthly Archives: January 2010
In looking back over my previous posts on this road trip, I realize that while I’ve shown a lot of photos and landmarks etc., I haven’t really talked much about my feelings about this advencha. I would like to change … Continue reading
Last time, I showed you the sight we would’ve been able to see from the hill above Lewiston, Idaho, if it hadn’t been dark. In gathering maps and info for this post, I discovered something else, that had I known … Continue reading
I had a couple of people say they really liked the maps I’ve been providing, so I thought I’d show where we’ve been so far. We’ve come so many miles that I can’t make it closer though. On this map, … Continue reading
I stay going to one writing workshop till Saturday night, and will update da blog when I get back. Looking forward to da workshop! But Part 4 coming soon!
After leaving Dayton, we were out on the open highway again. All of us (Nolemana, Kukui, Musubi, and I) were thoroughly enjoying the trip. It was a real advencha, seeing parts of the country we’d never seen before; it was … Continue reading
In the last post, Nolemana, Kukui, Musubi and I were driving along Columbia River Highway. To the side of us was Lake Wallula, which was formed when McNary Dam was built on the mighty Columbia River.