Bridgeport Value Inn
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... really liked it, when I realised that it was part of the glass panel affixed to the side of the concrete staircase. Probably time for lunch at this point, we decided.
It took us quite a time to leave the building as the volunteer guides at the museum kept on chatting to us. One told us all about his Scottish heritage and another gave us very detailed instructions on where we could get a really good and inexpensive fish lunch. They seemed to really like ...
My husband and daughter got back today from their trip to Southern California. They were taking care of some things at our house, which is now under lease.
I was tired of being cooped up, so my daughter and I went thrifting.
I did a quick Google search and found some stores that looked good in nearby Tigard. They are also close to each other.
First, we went to Musi's on Main (12400 SW Main St). It's in a really cute ...
... this time of year! We stayed at Tri-City RV again, a really nice Passport America park that only charges us $14.14 for full service hook-up and free wifi! We were in early enough to relax over a beer & clamato and make a yummy pork tenderloin with instant mashed potatoes, my favourite!
We drove from Myrtle Creek to Fairview, just out of Portland on the Sunday, after realizing I forgot to wake up ...
... are completely empty! We take that as a sign that while the government is shut down, entrance is free!
Grabbing the picnic gear, we head towards the lake, and it is truly impressive. There is not too much wind, so we get the mirroring effect on the lake, with the mountain in the background. I’m taking plenty of photos, as we head around to find a picnic spot in the sun, as it is a bit too cold ...
... farms don’t get along very well either. We have lunch, and let the kids run around through some flower patches, and start exploring the farm itself. There are heaps of pumpkins – and they are much bigger than I’ve seen pumpkins before! We go into a small shed with other animals on display, such as alpacas, which reminds me very much of the Ekka.
From here, we need to decide what to do next. There is the actual ...