Candlewood Suites - Portland Airport
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... s Pit for some really tasty bbq. Husb and I split the big sampler plate with plenty of leftovers to spare. As if we weren’t full enough, we headed to Tin Bucket on NE Franklin for a night cap. I had noticed the bottle shop earlier that day. With its 40+ taps, it was hard to miss. The selection was not disappointing by any means, and we had no problem polishing off a few rounds and taking some bottles with us to go.
Another day ...
... with blonde whispy bits of hair floating all over him like those ugly naked dogs that always seem cranky. He was the sweetest, and enjoyed a good ear scratch.
After this we passed the time with a few small errands: finding a Portland patch for my growing collection (I fancy myself sewing them onto a blanket or a jacket) and getting cash at the ATM to pay our host. Somewhere in the midst of this I ended up buying a kazoo and ...
... not worth it. air bnb or craigslist is the way to go. Have a look around for rentals in a house and you'll def find something up your alley. I found this room through a post I made on couchsurfing, where someone who lives on a house that's on air bnb replied. In this area you'll get all you need even though it is in a mainly residential area with houses, which I love. Everything is walkable. you got groceries and main fast food places long MLK, Kennedy school ...
... with such a variety of these taste-tempting establishments. Grilled cheese sandwiches were a favorite with our group, but Polish dishes also ranked high.
A trip to Portland wouldn't be complete without a walk through Pioneer Courthouse Square. This is a popular gathering place for residents and visitors ...
Molly and I are living in our 'transitional' 23' Class A Motorhome in Vancouver, WA. I am waiting for money from a settlement to arrive so I can buy my new motorhome and really begin my life as a 'full-time' RV'er--who is actually traveling! I've been waiting almost two years for the case to end. It's very close now-- and then the fun will begin!
The type of motorhome I want has changed a ...