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Departure day dawned overcast and cool, and we gathered "the troops" for a final breakfast before beginning the two-hour drive to the Portland airport. Our flights were not until mid-afternoon thus allowing time for a leisurely journey with time for photo stops.
Along our route the roadsides abound with beautiful mounds of yellow flowers. I do ...
... both creative and teeming with quality quaffs. So, after a great couple of weeks, I was given the perfect send-off - the Portland Brewery Crawl. Breakfast at the pub at 10am, and then a barrage of breweries to satisfy every pallet for the rest of the day. I'm pretty happy to call Portland my new home.
Now el Burro and I are off to Northern California....and here comes the rain
505km / 314mi
... been times when I’ve been pretty rude, unenthusiastic, and one might even say downright unprofessional, thank you for putting up with me through all of that.
This may be an unconventional way to let people know you’re leaving, but this is the first time I’ve ever put in a two weeks notice, it wouldn’t seem right leaving without saying goodbye. Truth be told, I wasn’t planning on staying at Best Buy for this long, my ...
... found some awesome boots in the Doc Martin store, and then we spent lots of time in the worlds largest book store! It was fantastic. The rain set it yet again, so we purchased out poncho and umbrella (see pictures!) and then headed back to the hotel, stopping off for a beer and pizza down stairs of the hotel. There was even some state Volleyball in the tv in the pub! It was of an excellent standard too! Megan was keen to head out and get some jam jars (she was ...
... to stop and eat - we get home faster. The traffic had settled down in Portland, OR and we cruised on home about 6:30pm. We were tired and had a few false starts at backing the trailer into the driveway -- but we has a light dinner, surveyed the property, got the mail, brought in the essentials and went to [our own] bed.
We had traveled 16,502 miles on the Durango and 10,667 miles on the trailer.
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