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We bid Portland and the State of Oregon a fond farewell. The rig has been in Portland for the entire month of July. We explored much, but left so much undiscovered.
As you may know, we are keeping a list of cities and areas we might like to return to one day and spend longer periods of time during their best season. Sorry Portland, you won't be ...
While we're writing this we've been up for nearly 24 hours straight...and therefore not thinking completely straight!
We started our trip off with PDX Burgerville and feet Selfies on the beloved airport carpet (it's a Portland thing....our carpet is being replaced at the airport and we just can't seem to let it go).
After landing in Iceland, we took a bus to the Blue ...
We've been a bit slack the last few days keeping the blog up to date so for those actually waiting for it - my apologies, if not well no harm done!
Ok to bring you up to speed quickly as GoT is on HBO in 11 minutes and I have every intention of subjecting the whole family to it despite being the only one who watches it:
Last Wednesday, after a long nine hour flight from Seoul (with Korean - note - lots of legroom!!) arriving in Seattle before ...
... began the following morning back at Barista, this time on bikes instead of foot. Once again we sat outside enjoying people watching and dog watching. We biked up to the International Rose Test Garden on our way to the famous Japanese gardens. It was a sunny, warm day and we took our time wandering around smelling the roses. The Japanese gardens were opening late due to vandalism, and Bridgett Nielsen was wandering around the roses right alongside ...
... Skagway, and Glacier Bay. The ship allows passengers to "enjoy the freedom of staying connected" for a mere $.75 per minute. This means I am going to be finding free wifi on land. That's cool. I'll do all my typing on the ship and upload it from my lil' phone on the go, as the kids say. I'd rather stay offline while on land anyway.
Tomorrow I'm on my way, I'm on my way. Rachel made me so many mix CDs for Miles' fancy CD playing machine.