Budget Lodge Portland
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... was more scenic. In the way back, we stopped at a few waterfalls, the most notable was Multnomah Falls. We took the mile hiking trail all the way to the top of the waterfall. It was a good hike, but a bit muddy from all the rain. We then headed back to camp before the afternoon rush hour and relaxed for the night. Tomorrow we head to a new ...
... We had Harry Winston for the weekend while Ryan and Marita went to the Redwood Forest. Watched fire works on the 4 th. Made a Crab and Clam boil for John's birthday. No ages but he is my older brother. Temperatures remain in the high 90's and low ...
... to Asia now, and as we boarded our Air Canada flight we waked our last steps on Asian soil and thanked Asia for the good times, and stuck two fingers up for the rotten ones, the bad bellies and filthy streets and the like! Shouldn’t have done that though as Karma has a way of biting back, as I would soon find out. We had pre booked our seats, so could kind of snuggle up on a private row of just two seats right at the back of the plane, and it was nice to hold hands under the ...
... paintings or portraits or sculptures or textiles but more the avente-garde type of stuff. Not quite cutting edge but something there for most likes that are slightly off 'mainstream'. I am beginning to like this sort of material...it's creative, it's challenging, it's different...it's Portland.
With my pants three shades darker denim than I started and getting pretty uncomfortable, I decided enough was enough. I headed back to ...
... and herb dumplings in a chicken stew - a Cajun one pot dish. Michael had bbq'd beef brisket with crispy fried onions and Ami had crispy fried catfish with collard greens.
Having not eaten 'southern food' before we thoroughly enjoyed everything we tasted. With very, very full bellies we collapsed into bed that night.
Portland is a food city and this was a taste of things to come!