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Travel Blogs from Gresham
... did the rains come. Not just rain but Thor was angry. Thunder and lightning rumbled through scaring the bejesus out of the old furry ones. It rained from sundown until daybreak. Luckily most of the thunder and lightning with related severe thunderstorm warnings was diverted to the east by the mighty Mt. Hood.
Thursday the grounds were wet so the big vacuum was put into action. It was also wash day. The hatchery has a large garage in which to keep machinery. ...
Our outing today was a great 5-hour Columbia River cruise - The Landmarks of The Gorge - on the Columbia Gorge Sternwheeler. We loved going through the Bonneville Locks and Dam and enjoyed seeing once again the gorgrous Columbia Gorge. The food was surprisingly good, and plentiful! The captain pointed out a resting sea lion, a bald ...
... and Mark Watters.
4. Indian Art website
6. “Preparation of Brushes by Miniature Painting Artists,” June 1999, by Nitin Kumar
7. Indian Painting, Wikipedia
8. www.aiacaonline.org/pdf/miniature-paint ing-documentation.pdf
... Park watching TV because my family chose not to hike in that weather, thus missing a day of sightseeing. OTOH, I've toured in Washington DC and Cape Cod in tropical storms, and while many things were closed, I carried on.
Does weather matter? Many people will plan travels in spring/fall... less crowds, better prices, and usually mild weather. But ...
... with Oreo, and icing with fruit loops (you'll hear about that one on tomorrow's blog). They must be popular, as the pink box that they come in created a lot of attention and questions on our way back to the hotel.
We really couldn't put our finger on the people in Portland, some were very well dressed and cool, while those ...