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... as the water cascades down very powerfully indeed. A little cold,wet and windy this did not dampen our enjoyment of the stunning scenery of the gorge. Further along we saw the Bonneville Dam. There is a fish ladder there to assist the salmon with their yearly pilgrimage upstream to spawn. Very inventive. The Cascade Locks are also here to assist the shipping traffic travel along this beautuful river.
Last stop was the ...
... so there is space for more, this means it has to get picked up less saving on fuel. Genius). Where the rest of the US raised their carbon footprint by 12% last year, Portland lowered theirs by 12%, Can I get a hell yeah? Rest of the world, we have much to learn from this little green town.
There’s a real vibe that it’s cool to be yourself here. They even encourage jumping in fountains, that's how awesome it is here. I know a lot of people that would ...
... tomorrow. He could already see my shuffleboard addiction forming.
We walked about a kilometre down the road to our beds. Again, that never happens to a girl from the Coast. Saying goodbye to Jack was a sad but inevitable break in the evening’s deliciousness. Time ticks on, completely unsympathetic to our enjoyment. But I’m sure there’s a shuffleboard in Australia somewhere that’s just begging for us to shake it ...
... out the the bar I had set in my head. We asked for the VooDoo dozen since we haven't been I figured it best they do the picking....there was a lot of variety, from a maple batlr with real bacon on top to cotton cany with sprinkles. After that, and considering yesterdays events we thought it best to let Harlan nap, so ee came back to the hotel and he went to sleep (after much convincing)....and then proceeded to sleep for 2+ hrs. When he FINALLY woke up we ...
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 ...