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... there and they are buying flowers to put in 16 hanging baskets on Main Street here in Hamilton MT. Then to another greenhouse with even more things to get more. Kinda nice to help decide on flowers and I hope for a photo when they are hung and doing well. Then to Ace Hardware, Walgreens and an antique place – we had met a lady at the flower place who worked at this one and we wanted to check it out. I bought something for ...
... museum was being built, but was far from being completed. This time, it was not only completed, it held a Blackbird spy plane and a Saturn rocket. More than the planes and rockets, I was more interested in seeing the 3-D movie they were showing, called, "Jerusalem". Why they were showing a movie on Jerusalem at an aviation museum, I have no idea. But, I was glad that they did. The premise of the movie was of course, the archaeology and history of the region, ...
... so we filled up on eggs and fruit and oatmeal (first breakfast) and thank goodness the coffee was terrible because I gave in to Zach's desire to sample the local coffee at Stumptown. Wow. Wow wow wow. I actually feel guilty, like I'm cheating on Mudhouse, but good lord that coffee is good. I'm pretty sure the best I've ever had. Sorry, Seattle, the bar has been set and it is astronomically high.
So Zach and I were revelling ...
... mode...4 months of travel...just what Rox & I love most....cant wait to experience cities, towns, national parks, mountains, rivers, restaurants, BREWERIES :) and so much more. BRING IT ON!!!!
First stop Portland!!
When we finally landed it amazed us how truly disorganised LA airport can be, u would think shovelling thousands through tiny terminals with no AC could be sorted. Not here! We beve done a lot of travelling and it ...
... park our car, change clothes and go rent some bikes. After all, Portland is the self-proclaimed "most bike friendly city in the world." We had to check this out for ourselves. On our way to the nearest bike rental place, we accidentally ran into what appeared to be an open market of some sort. We discovered that it was called "Portland Saturday Market" and had all sorts of little vendors of crafts and other types of schlock. But they also ...
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