Comfort Inn Portland
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Greetings from the kitchen table at the Bednarek homestead in Salem, Oregon, two days before we leave for Spain, setting up the blog for our trip, getting it up and running, configuring e-mail alerts, and coming to grips with how much more there is to do to get ready.
Our bags are stacked to overflow, so there's some narrowing down and decision making to do, such as how many undies to pack and whether or not ...
... is certified organic, including: brown rice, red beans, black beans, tempeh, red salsa, free-range eggs, field greens, yogurt, tofu, peanut butter, and more. Yumm!
Heading west back over the river into downtown there are bridges everywhere. Most of them packed with heavy traffic. There is a LOT of construction going on downtown with high rise residences, heavy industrial and everything in between under development. From the ...
... with the taxi, 2 planes and a hire car (with a car seat that could barely pass as such) commute. She drew fans from all on board with her smiles & general gorgeousness and no-one even blinked at her mid-landing explosion that called for immediate action and complete outfit change.
Four days in Portland & not a single drop of rain & actual blue skies for half the time. We stayed in the ...
... expedition and the views of the snow covered volcano were spectacular, as were the oversized hamburgers we had for lunch. When the volcano exploded 30 odd yrs ago, one entire side was blown out and everything was flattened within the blast zone. Now, apart from the imperfect dome shape of the mountain all evidence of the explosion has disappeared.
With the aid of Sarah's mobile we made it to our Airbnb house, located in a very leafy suburb ...
... lunch whenever they feel like it. I think these are some of the things I've taken most from my time in Sevilla-- the ability to be happy with what is present and not ask for 'more' or 'better.'
Because that's what we do in America-- we never settle, we need more of everything, and everything has to be better. The result being, we have better things, but a worse attitude. We can have anything delivered to our door with the click of a button, and even a ...