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- After the great day game in Seattle, Bailey and I filled up the tank as well as the ice chest and traveled 180 miles south back into Oregon to Beaverton. AKA the home of the Nike Superstore.
- We bought so much stuff. We love Nike and with no sales tax, we bought so many shoes, and athletic outfits. it was awesome.
- We stayed in town for the night. for dinner we ate at Ikenonana sushi. It was delicious.
... 8217;s nearly 6:30pm by the time we leave, and since we went to Pepino’s the other day with only our kids, we go there together as a couple of families for dinner tonight. The kids enjoy the Mexican again and even get their own kids table. We finish dinner and talk about tomorrow – Belinda has a few ideas, so we agree to touch base again the morning and head back to our motel. Thankfully the kids have been tired out by the ...
Our rainy drive of 8 hours solid took us to a very rainy Portland. We checked in to our hotel and then we were in need of a walk to stretch our legs! We headed for a nearby pharmacy to get Megan some medication for the 'Humboldt Crud' as the locals called it, that she had caught during our travels. On the way we smelt some delicious food and headed to that pub on the way home. It turned out to be a fancy pub! We looked a little casual in our shorts and hoodies, but we ate ...
First stop of the day was Ponzi's new vineyard at Beaverton - including a tour of their new wine making facilities.
Very impressively designed (by the owner who used to work for Disney as an Imagineer designing their rides) - based on a gravity system that means they use very little electricity and it's all very eco-minded.
We also visited their older Historic Estate (where they started off in 1970) which is just up the road
... went out to a nice dinner at Mother's, got them in bed at 7pm PST (10pm our time) with hardly more than a whine. Oh and before you think I'm patting myself on the back too much this all took many bribes of animal crackers, fruit, and cookies. But it's done. And now we sit in our uncharacteristically amazing hotel room watching the line at Voodoo Doughnuts wrap around the block and plotting how many times we can sample their goods in a two night trip. Zach figures a doughnuts a day is ...