Saturday, August 4, 2007

Well, we enjoyed our last supper. To my great pleasure, I found that like me, Erica Johnson has a fondness for dirty martinis. I also enjoyed some Northwest oysters and salmon, though Deanne Johnson did not think much of the oysters. Eric twisted my arm to have a second martini. How hard did he twist? Well, all he had to do was order one. Uncle. I followed.

We were joined by Gerald and Deanne Snodgrass, as well as Eric's aunt and uncle, and Deanne Johnson's cousin. The setting was excellent with a picturesque overview of a bay.

We went back for a rider briefing to go over tomorrow's route. It is not a technically difficult route as there is not much climbing and weather is expected to be moderate but it involves a lot of turning, so it is easy to get lost.

We have a photographer coming from the local paper to take pictures of us as we depart at 7:30 am tomorrow.



Cameron Bennett said...

Dinner in the Pacific Nothwest, YUM! How can you beat the fresh Martini's and Salmon!
Best of luck to everyone
Enjoy the ride and keep the rubber side down (your tires that is).

August 5, 2007 12:55 PM  

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