Fish & Chips and a 100 Year Old Trolley Ride in the Port City of Astoria, Oregon

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The Port City of Astoria in Oregon sits at the mouth of the great Columbia River that connects to the ocean.

Two weekends ago, we had no plans and spontaneously decided to drive about an hour and a half to Astoria even though the weather forecast stated “severe weather”. We are nonsensical travelers like that.

Our day trip to Astoria ended up being magical. We ate fresh fish and chips, took a…

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chrisburkard:

I have spent more time shooting Kayaking & Canoeing in Alberta than ever befor. I have learned to love the simple act of paddling as a means of exploration, it is Truly one of the coolest ways to have a human powered adventure.
This is called the Hall of the Gods.. A narrow part at the end of Maligne Lake that is surrounded by mountains & Glaciers on both sides. Checking this one off the #bucketlist
@travelalberta (at Maligne Lake, Alberta)

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fitness-fits-me:

chrisburkard:

I have spent more time shooting Kayaking & Canoeing in Alberta than ever befor. I have learned to love the simple act of paddling as a means of exploration, it is Truly one of the coolest ways to have a human powered adventure.

This is called the Hall of the Gods.. A narrow part at the end of Maligne Lake that is surrounded by mountains & Glaciers on both sides. Checking this one off the #bucketlist

@travelalberta (at Maligne Lake, Alberta)

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