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... a major melt down and he evntually chilled out, par for course on a road trip with a toddler I guess. We checked in here around 7pm and bathed the kids ate some mcdonalds and showe red ourselves. I am now about to go to sleep on my fancy sleep number bed and try to get some rest because I have some sights to seetomorrow! And I aapologize about the lack of pics in advance, we did not bring my lap top.....I will upload tons once at ...
... enough for us, although we were really pleased that we'd done all three and set aside our uncertainty at the start of the day. We wanted to finish off by seeing a bit of modern Portland, so headed to the incredible and famous bookshop, which to be honest seemed to have as many books as the British Library! They call it a 'City of Books', and we could see why. It was brilliant, but we made sure not to get drawn in or lost, and headed on to the even trendier area of town - ...
... run with that one. Now this last translation disaster requires a little background, but hang in there, it's worth it. The USOC always brings a Doctor along to take care of big wigs and dignitaries that have made the trip. They stay in the fancy pants hotel that the rich folks stay at and they play concierge doc at the hotel and from about noon till midnight, they are on call at the "USA House" which is party central for everyone whose anyone in the US Olympic family. ...
... you. We decided to reward the reasonable well-behaved Grabby Hands and Pouty Lips with a stop at Ruby Jewels Ice Cream and a new gastronomic delight: the ice cream sandwich. Two chocolate chip cookies sandwiching a giant blob of rich and creamy vanilla bean. It took a little improvisation to make it edible for him as it was the size of a glutton's hamburger but he got it all down, minus one cookie. When I took him to the bathroom I could feel his little heart racing in ...
... One of the launch areas (we think C) even offers rentals of canoes, kayaks, and motor powered watercraft. There is also a snack shop at the same launch but it closes early. There is a disc golf course too but I wouldn't recommend it for younger players or beginners, as there are many obstacles. The course goes through a wooded area where there are plenty of places to lose a disc.
When we ...