2012 Recumbent Retreat – Fort Stevens, Oregon


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One Response to 2012 Recumbent Retreat – Fort Stevens, Oregon

  1. trike hobo says:

    There is at least one advantage of having this recumbent gathering in September rather than August, and that is that the Oregon coastal weather is usually at its finest during September. Rain is virtually non-existent, wind has really mellowed as temperatures are cooling from August, and much of the tourist traffic has cleared out and returned home. Of course, the only teachers that can attend a September event for three days are those who are retired (or covertly using their sick days in a manner not officially approved by the district). Fortunately, many photographs and movies result from this recumbent retreat each year, so even if you are unable to attend, you’ll see what you missed.

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