ONE LITTLE FOODIE PHOTO

Being out on our adventures, there are few to no food related photos with my bike. You will see more photos of my ride along the Banks-Vernonia Bike Trail (near Portland Oregon) on my blog — https://adventureswithnancyg.blogspot.com/ — but here is my food photo for that day.

Picnic for one… PBJ, apples, string cheese and mug of tea…

Here is where I was…

In addition to sparse food photos, we have had spotty to no wifi availability for much of our trip. My blog updates happen when we do finally get to a place that has service. Fortunately I can write it all offline and publish when we get to those places. We are in Bandon Oregon at the moment and will be joining our camping group in Florence Oregon tomorrow. Having fun ;’-).

7 response to "ONE LITTLE FOODIE PHOTO"

  1. By: gregblood Posted: August 15, 2021

    That looks like a very nice picnic, especially your bread choice for the PB&J. I’m also a fan of string cheese.

    One more thing I’m a fan of is those arid areas along the Columbia River. Dry, barren hills along a blue body of water make up my ideal landscape.

    • By: NancyG Posted: August 16, 2021

      “Healthy bread”! For PBJ. Those canyon walls along the Columbia are beautiful.

  2. By: The Navigator Posted: August 15, 2021

    Looks like a great trip so far. Some fantastic scenery, crises averted and puzzle and hammock time. Those wood sculptures are well done. I’ve always loved puzzles, but I’m in middle-aged denial about needing reading glasses for close-up work like puzzles, so they aren’t that fun at the moment!

    • By: NancyG Posted: August 16, 2021

      I think I have at least a touch of ADD (attention deficit) and can sit to do a puzzle for just so long! And that is not very long. Susan can sit for hours doing a puzzle, so it is HER thing ;’-). Now — hammock time was a whole different story.

  3. By: NancyG Posted: August 16, 2021

    Rich — for some reason, you reply did not make it here ;’-(. Thank you for the site to explain the water towers, but since I do not subscribe to NYTimes, I could not read it.

  4. By: Suzanne Posted: August 17, 2021

    That looks like a very nice lunch. I like healthy food and not healthy food, so I would be fine with the fish and chips, too! It looks like you are getting a lot of cycling in on your trip. Good planning. When we had our camper, we often ended up in places where the cycling wasn’t so good. Although we had our bicycles with us, the time we had a camper was when I cycled the least.

    • By: NancyG Posted: August 17, 2021

      Suzanne — you are right on about it all here! Food thoughts and decisions are the same with me.

      And camping with RV comes with the least amount of biking for me as well. We are at times fortunate to be someplace near a decent riding area, but this trip is not bringing enough of those. Over these next 3-4 days I may not get in any riding, and if I do the rides will be mighty short I think. Oh well, there is more to life than biking they tell me ;’-).

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