Breaking Camp

So, I’ve had the most amazing past few days in Portland, OR with my new friend Laura, who I met at the most unexpected time in my journey. Isn’t it funny how things work out? This morning, after a coffee and a walk, I loaded the van back up and continued north. I should be crossing into Canada within the next couple of hours. I found Portland to be a very welcomed distraction, but now it’s time to boogey so I can make the ferry on the 24th.
Bryan & Laura - standing in the rain

A view from the Loft

It was so much easier to leave Portland than I expected it would be. Maybe I’m finally focused enough to know where I’m going, and that I really need this time in Alaska.
Once I cross the border I’ll likely be incommunicado until I reach Valdez on the 24th. For sure I won’t be using the cell phone in Canada due to huge roaming charges. The long, last stretch begins!
Artwork from the bridge -- The Fool

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  1. Eventer April 17, 2006 at 8:49 pm #

    Wow, B, she really sounds like a female you. She’s cute, too. Brown hair and blue eyes. . . I approve. 🙂 I hope your paths do cross again, and I hope I find a kindred spirit of my own one of these days. And I am glad that I am at a point in my own life-journey that I can honestly tell you that and mean it. And I am even happier that we remain good friends after everything. That means the world to me.

    Vaya con Dios

  2. Muttie April 15, 2006 at 6:59 pm #

    Nice to hear you had a fun time in Portland, OR… It’s been fun seeing all the photos, and reading your accounts of your travels over the last few weeks…

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