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... about it. Anyway, the trip was smooth
and speedy. I snoozed for the majority of it and stared out at the wilderness
for the rest.
We arrived in Portland downtown and it was hot hot hot.
Apparently we arrived on the one day that they were having some freak weather
with tempratures around 95 degrees (35 in Celsius). My first impression of the
city was that it was a smaller Seattle: similarly surrounded by wilderness and
Pittock Mansion is located in Pittock Acres Park nearly 1,000 feet above Portland. It was was built by Henry Pittock, founder of The Daily Oregonian, and was completed in 1914. The home incorporated English, French, and Turkish design styles and featured innovative indirect lighting, an elevator, and intercoms. The estate is located on 46 acres of lush vegetation and the views ...
... sights are in National Parks. We have had to cancel our first National Park hotel reservation for tomorrow night already. We were suppose to stay in the park lodge at Crater Lake. This is a very old historic lodge with great views over the lake and a huge patio with big old rustic chairs where you can sit with your hot chocolate and enjoy the views. Now ...
... on a more direct path to Portland.
Two long driving days in a row were rough: ten hours yesterday and seven hours today. It’s probably because I was tired, but I didn’t enjoy the drive today. Southeastern Washington was very hilly and very brown, with green patches wherever there was irrigation. It was also a soggy drive. I might have put a jinx on Walla Walla – ...