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    Post by LiztheD on Tue Jul 01, 2008 11:55 pm

    We went bike riding in Sunriver today and it was awesome, except for the huge hills!

    Well we decided to go home and on the way down Huntington we saw a lot of lightning strikes so I decided to go onto 97 for a better view, and we were not dissapointed. Multiple bolts and a beautiful display of power were all there.

    The scary part was after we passed Gordy's and got to the part of 97 where it splits into passing lanes. All of a sudden the sky opened up and huge rain drops poured out of the heavens, lightning flashed on both sides of my moms Dodge as we crawled through the rain now joined by hail. The rain and hail became so thick that visibility was poor, and if you've ever driven in an older vehicle you know the wiper situation! I slowed to 40 and turned on my hazards to ensure I was seen better and navigated through the water covered road. The road looked as if it was under a deep river it rippled and shimmered and the lines were nowhere to be seen. We just laughed and giggled (or at least I did) and made it through to LaPine in one rather soggy piece.

    All in all it was an awesome storm today and am glad to have been right in the middle of it, lightning just makes me so happy. cheers
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    Post by Zekefrombend on Wed Jul 02, 2008 6:40 am

    sound good LiztheD. I miss all the storms from Texas. We had some good ones.

    Don't worry about the time you will like them, just think of fun of going down the other side Very Happy

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