A Painted Lady Inn

Address: 1927 NE 16th Ave, Portland, Oregon, 97212, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods area of Portland, is near Irving Park, Metropolitan Youth Symphony, Sunshine Dairy Foods Sign, and Knott Park.
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Travel Blogs from Portland

The Road

A travel blog entry by adventurealways on Nov 06, 2014

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It's coming. Our blog is up and our adventure is around the corner. This trip will change us, challenge us and is a big chance. Who knows what road we will choose along the way, but what's around the bend is intriguing. We hope this our future blog stories spur the travel bug within all.



I was recently reread this poem and became very excited to seize life and seek adventure!

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Day 9: What a day

A travel blog entry by melvd on Aug 05, 2014

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Wow! What a day today has turned out to be. As I update this blog from the car park in the Washington National Park in Portland, Oregon, we're we have been stationary for the last 4+ hours. But firstly, this morning we had pancakes for breakfast at the KOA, and by about 9:30ish we hit the road. We have mainly finished the majority do all the driving that we need to get done for our road trip, so today we were going to see some of the sights around Portland and then head off to ...

Our first long drive

A travel blog entry by chris.simons26 on Jun 14, 2014

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... across the Columbia river. This marked the point where we crossed our first state line, from Washington into Oregon. It was particularly interesting to be at the mouth of the Columbia river having seen so many little rivers up in the Canadian rockies that eventually flow out to sea in the Columbia river. We visited the Astoria column - a viewpoint at the top of the hill in Astoria, to admire the ...

Changing minds one step at a time

A travel blog entry by 1krafty1 on May 22, 2014

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This was my fourth annual NAMI walk. I was first involved through Suzi and then learned more about NAMI and talked with Suzi's sister, Janni, who was the Clark County NAMI Executive Director.
After loosing Janni to cancer in February of this year, the 2014 Walk took on a special meaning. I am sure that Suzi's foot doctor would not have approved of her walking, but I could not deter her from ...

Muck day

A travel blog entry by gdsanner on Apr 08, 2014

Today was Albany's last day. We worked hard today, luckily I was able to get some time off from the pigs. I collected eggs and feed chickens and ducks. After that, Brian and I put up a small fence around the meat chickens, in order for them to have more space, as they are getting bigger. We then put up an electric fence in a new area for the rams and llamas to mow the lawn for us. I was put on mucking duty, and had to finish a small swath of sheep mucking. ...