Candlewood Suites - Portland Airport
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... with who I am, my mind is at ease.
In undertaking this trip, I have also found within myself a stronger belief in G-d. Not only have I been blessed with a smooth journey without any major complications, but I was able to experience breathtaking views, incredible hikes, good health, and a connection to my loved ones at home the entire way. I was also exposed to the mighty forces that shape our planet and the human condition, whether it be the aftermath ...
Tomorrow at 4:30 pm, my deltoid has an engagement with several needles. In exchange for a fair amount of money, I will become immune to Yellow Fever and typhoid. There's a very tiny risk I will develop fatal hepatitis and die before my trip to Africa, but that's the risk of travel. Update: The travel clinic nurse practitioner refused to give me the yellow fever ...
... across the Columbia river. This marked the point where we crossed our first state line, from Washington into Oregon. It was particularly interesting to be at the mouth of the Columbia river having seen so many little rivers up in the Canadian rockies that eventually flow out to sea in the Columbia river. We visited the Astoria column - a viewpoint at the top of the hill in Astoria, to admire the ...
... from the Pizza place to find out what kind she wanted and she said none-she had made spaghetti for us. We had lots of talk to catch up on and finally off to bed.
May 23rd-Friday—I was up at 8 and Elaine had been up for some time—We talked and did our morning computer things and around 11 had pancakes and bacon. Spent the day at home and later out to a steak place for an expensive but good dinner ...
... salary is in Iceland. I didn't ask any of the bartenders, wait staff. They have very high taxes but there do seem to be some good benefits of those taxes. Homeless were near non-existent in the city (we did see a couple drunks by a closed shop one night). Not sure if this is due to government programs or low population.
I think the USA should look at what works and what doesn't in other countries and try some of those same programs here.