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... introducing me to Dalwhiny.
Portland is nice eclectic sort of a town with lots of restaurants and bars and shops. One more day here would have been nice.
Great city, great weather, great evening, great food, great company! I almost feel like a broken record, but the trip has provided some great memories.
On Wednesday, it's wine tasting and heading to Bend, OR to see Dick's cousin, Karen and her husband, Scott.
Until the next blog,
... cathedral is in a search process and the clergy have changed and we wanted to be sure the plans were still on file and that it was still okay for me to officiate… it is. After, she and I went to lunch (even further down the hill) and bought a few things for a cookout at Pam and Dave’s that evening.
Again, it was a wonderful evening- fresh corn and salad makings from the farmers’ market and Dave grilled some flank steaks that ...
... They were finally going into the stadium when we were leaving Portland.
My sisters wear pedometers and estimated we walked 8.25 miles today.
We rode the train back to Gresham. And it was long. Many people were on the train. The train made about 25 stops (I counted). It took us 1 1/2 hours to return to Gresham due to the busyness of the train stops. People getting on, people getting off. People carrying bicycles onto the train.
... I told the waiter! We are from Texas….Austin, Texas!!! It was an acceptable attempt at a Margarita but don’t tell that to anyone in Austin. Then we moved on to an Italian restaurant and had a delightful meal because we were with our friends. It was an enjoyable evening, even though Tom has turned gray, no longer has an Afro and did not show up with a tennis racquet in hand and Patti is ...
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 ...