10th Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast
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Greg just felt like staying home today to watch the Nascar Race, so Zach and I took off exploring on our own.
Spur of the moment, I decided to make the 25 minute drive north to the Lewis and Clark Interprative Center and National Historic Park - we watched the film and walked around the museum - found it really ...
... so Roberta can finally check you puffins off her list! (The closest we got to a puffin is the large puffin statute in the public parking lot.)
Like I said, walking on sand is not my forte’ but walking in soaking wet shoes loaded with sand is really not my forte’! On the way back to the car some nice person had written in the sand Oregon 2014. With the Haystack in the background ...
... and spent a good 45 minutes watching the sunset and taking photos. I ruined the shots from regular camera but managed to get a couple with the iPhone. Never ...
... As I predicted, I had one glorious mouthful of basmati, peach, blueberry and shrimp when Henry informed me he had to go potty. I had, of course, asked him every minute before the food arrived if he needed to go. Shortly thereafter, the Garner Gong Show pulled out all the stops. I've never done well with spicy food though I insist on eating it. I sweat profusely and require a considerable number of napkins to dab my face and neck. The heat of the curry was ...
... Doughnuts. They make unique doughnuts that I thought were
actually pretty mediocre. They sold more of an image than good food. And in Portland, image seems to be more important. Almost everyone on the streets carried around a pink box of donuts from Voodoo.
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