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Today we had a bit more of a plan of what we wanted to do.
After another great porch breakfast we bussed into town and made our way
towards Forest Park, a larger, less tamed area of 1500 acres, up to the north
west of the city. We had to catch a few different buses, and then a weird van/courtesy
bus to detour us around some bridge construction. We met an incredibly
interesting man called Peter, on the bus and then ran into him again on ...
... so I will cook some for dinner. Emailed Charli last night and may stop to see her tomorrow on my way out of town.
May 16, 2014 Friday-Up early and packed stuff to the car. Watched yet another movie with John before heading out at 11. I drove about 8 miles to an Einstein Bagel shop where I met up with Charli and Stefhan. I was here for their wedding last year. We had a good chat and I really like both of them. Gave her one of ...
... civilian aircraft. I was told that the Ford Tri-Motor was being prepared to be moved out of the museum by its owner and possibly flown. How exciting to know that a museum aircraft might be out flying around the country. I would like to see it in the air. The few miles to Portland were not fun. We spent almost two hours crawling through rush hour traffic including 30 minutes spent moving 1/4 mile to the off ramp to the hotel. If I were to do this again I would get ...
... traffic on our drive. We stopped off first at the rose garden right outside of the zoo and downtown Portland. There were no rose buds yet but in a few weeks the garden will be full of them,. John's dad discovered a rosebush named "Amber Sunburst" which was pretty cool. I have no idea what it looks like due to the lack of flowers but it still has my name so it must be awesome. Next to the garden is a holocaust memorial.and the Sacajawea statue.
To take advantage of the ...
... haddock was local north pacific, fresh, not frozen, and very tasty. We both agreed it was one of the finest seafood dinners we had in our memory. As you can guess we were very happy with the food and the transportation made it easy since we both had a couple cocktails. Tomorrow we will head south for Crater ...