Candlewood Suites - Portland Airport
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... Ben and Ally for a couple of drinks then Dave and Jen for ice cream! Phew, that's a lot of names I have learnt this week so far :D Although the huge stress of all this name learning was clearly getting to me because as I got up from the table I put too much pressure on one corner of the rickety structure and knocked the WHOLE THING onto the floor... Disaster struck! Glasses smashing, beer everywhere, hot wax from the candle all down my leg... What. A. Wally. Luckily, I appear ...
... We had to use the brakes so much that today we discovered the trailer brakes aren't working very well (Greg did a brake test - we didn't find out in a scary way!) So tomorrow we will have to get them looked at.
On Friday we crossed back into the US, and our phones are working again! Yaay! We had a terrible time getting through Seattle. Granted it was Friday afternoon and there was a home football game, but it took us 3 hours to go ...
... pizza- very good. One hundred degrees today!
May 4th—Sunday—A pancake morning and then eventually headed to Superior to visit our favorite shop- The Copper Gecko. Willa was working and we enjoyed talking with her, as usual. Bought a couple of things for Jenni’s kids. A light lunch at Porters while there. We shared a garden burger—a very high burger-could hardly get my mouth around it! ...
... I do have to say that the brand new, (it literally had opened that day), dinosaur display was amazing OMSI. Different known dinosaurs, models of them, were shown around their area . They were made to scale, literally robots, but of course, they looked like dinosaurs. I think they were set to react to motion, because they would just be standing there, until a human moved, and suddenly, they would move their head or tail, and make whatever ...
It's time to get ready for Turkey!
I am setting up this travel blog to keep all our friends and family updated on our journey through Turkey this June.
I will be posting every day or so - with pics and what we are up to.
So this is a test to see how it works!
We have been busy shopping for new clothes and checking out the Turkish money system - the lira. What do you think? ...