BEST WESTERN Pony Soldier Inn - Airport
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... point, we pulled over at a rest stop, and I dry heaved all over the place because I felt so sick.
We actually didn't spend a lot of time in Portland, itself, but it looked like a nifty city as we drove through it.
Then we got to our hotel, and had issues with checking in the hotel as aforementioned in my hotel review. Finally, we got to our room, I went to bed, took some cold ...
... so stayed in bed shivering with a fever (no it was not the meat, ha ha!) and we are both slowly trying to adjust our body clocks so that we are asleep at 3am instead of staring up at the ceiling, and also so that we can wake up in the morning and get out and do something. It’s a shame that we didn’t get to see much more of Vancouver, although the small bits we did see were very nice. It’s a city with a real alternative feel, people look individual, lots of ...
... It's now 12:30 AM and we are hoping for the best case scenario which would get us to BA as planned - 10:30 tonite local time (5 hours ahead of portland time.) A fair amount of disruption so far including the cuffing of a very drunk and disorderly woman as we walked off the plane. We are powering thru, though, and hoping for all things to fall into ...
... full of cars out front. I would have to say this was my most expert backup job to date and it could not have come at a better time. I look back to the time I tried to back in at my Mom’s after we first purchased the Scamp. Her driveway was three times as wide - maybe four or five times - as this driveway and I could not make it happen back then! Oh how the times have changed! Anyhow, after setting up it was off to our first brewery choice ...
... t much to say, at least out loud. I became very intimate with my own thoughts, and comfortable simply being with myself. Simply existing. I realized that my inwardness shouldn't only be attributed to flaws, but to genuine comfort in my own skin. Over the last few years I've found myself caring less and less what others think of me, and I now think that this has something to do with it. I don't need the approval of others. As long as I remain honest with myself ...