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... Hmm... I have never known sand to feel like shattered glass! Not able to make it to the sea the party continued in our room! Warming our feet in the bar and carrying on drinking we soon had knocks on our door. Having been blamed for marijuana being smoked in the hotel we soon turned the serious moment into hilarious banter and high fiving the local police who encouraged us to go have a bonfire on the beach! We soon passed out and successfully settled in at Lincoln City!
... out from under me. I told you, this thing is a rolling deathtrap. Cost me $50 to put it back in. On the plus side, the I've never noticed just how beautiful the visible expanse of space is. Stars light-years away from us and each other, and we as humans had to go and make shapes out of them. The night sky truly is a thing of beauty. I'll never forget it.
So, finances. Dropped $50 on repairs, a total of ...
... surprise to find a nearly full parking lot. It seems that we’re not the only people to have fallen for their rose pinot noir! We taste while taking in the great views and need little persuasion to by a case to be shipped back to California.
Not too much further on to Portland the “other” costal city in the Pacific Northwest. Liberal, trendy and very bike-friendly, Portland does very much have the feel of Seattle’s little sister. Everyone we speak ...
... as they looked (which is to say very).
I had a lot of nice roommates in Portland, including two Australians, a Colombian, an American who was in town for a steampunk convention, and Two Lovely Ladies from New Jersey who were on a road trip back there from Seattle. The two Australians went to Powell's and brought back favourable reports and three books apiece so I was quite excited when my appointed book shopping day (4 July ...
Our trip down to Portland started off well but as we approached Portland we could see the storm clouds forming in the sky ahead of us and new we were in for some nasty weather. Just before the city the storm hit but we were still a little behind it. It must have pelted down with rain as we got to one part of the expressway the roads were flooded but a lot of cars didn't even slow down.
This was evident ...