A Painted Lady Inn
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Another "Excessive Heat Wave Alert" presents itself in the Weather app on my phone. It will be 102 degrees in Portland for a few days. However, as always, it is much cooler on the coast. Go figure? In fact it is about 30 degrees cooler on this - our last full day in the Portland area. This is a no brainer – we are off to the coast and its 70 degrees weather and natural beauty.
I take the unusual route north into the ...
... around 12:45pm. We had a quick bite and showered and then was off to Washington Mall to do some shopping. Gosh, there were so many things to do. We got our pre-paid SIM card from T-Mobile - we got the weekly plan, which was $10/week with 1Gb of data per week plus a $3/month usage for 30mins if talk-time and SMS. So, I got a 3 week plan. That would be better than the $40/month plan with 1Gb of data. We headed to Hollister followed by ...
... croatia and belgium for a long time because of the views, beer and chocolate (yes, seriously) So, those pins stayed. I wanted to give my mom her dream trip to italy and paris, two more pins. I rounded out the european part with budapest and london for no specific reason other than, I'd never been to either, one must go to london, and I'd loved the movie 'In Brugge'. Now I needed a place to break up the long flight from oz to europe. I considered asia but I'd been to some of ...
... instilling the same values over the last 50+ years. You constantly provide positive role models-- professional, academic, athletic, but most importantly in our own homes: Liz and Kevin, who care more than the the prefix "step" could ever imply. I could go on and on, but the message is: thank you. Thank you so much for the lasting web of love and support you have all created around me. It took a few months away from home for me to realize that you've created a web that ...
... we would have loved to buy, we used our willpower to leave empty handed.
After shopping, we zigzagged back a couple miles to rest at Tanner Springs Park. It was recommended to me by Kraib as a “boutique” park worth checking out. I am really glad we did. The construction across the street had stopped for the day, and there were few people in the small park when we arrived, quickly claiming a park bench near a small ...