Chehalem Ridge Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... br> Right now I dream of packing. I dream of what to pack and what to do without. What to wear. What kind of transformer to take and will it work with my little Galaxy? Will internet be available? Do I take a 26" suitcase or a 31" suitcase? What do I need to do at home before leaving for 2 weeks? I laugh at myself as I have traveled quite a bit before and know the answers to much of this - but I keep dreaming ...
... s Pit for some really tasty bbq. Husb and I split the big sampler plate with plenty of leftovers to spare. As if we weren’t full enough, we headed to Tin Bucket on NE Franklin for a night cap. I had noticed the bottle shop earlier that day. With its 40+ taps, it was hard to miss. The selection was not disappointing by any means, and we had no problem polishing off a few rounds and taking some bottles with us to go.
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... collection of timber industry representatives, the US Forest Service, the Portland Parks and Recreation Department and enthusiasts. This is 187 acres with almost 10,000 trees and shrubs of more than 1100 species from all over the world. The Wildwood Trail led us to our next stop.
The International Rose Test Garden is the home to many colorful and beautiful rose bushes. In 2006 this rose garden received The Garden of Clinical Excellence from ...
We are home! Fairly uneventful, if long, travel day-Anniversary. We were ready to go early so facetimed with our parents, got to the train way early and the airport way early. Just the way I like it. We grabbed our last Japanese lunch and vending machine ice cream before departing. Customs and immigration was long and tiresome but we made it home as did all our belongings. It feels good to be home, in our own bed, snuggled up with the dog. Oh! And we walked a total of 101.5 ...
... with Keith, one of the gardens more prominent managers/caretakers. After some watering and tossing tomatoes into shoeboxes, He told me of a friend in Seattle (my next stop) to whom he wanted to send some fresh tomatoes and radishes. I gave my word I would deliver said tomatoes and radishes and he offered me a place to lay my head in Portland.
Haircut, Breakfast Trout Omelette at Bridges Cafe with ...