Comfort Suites Portland Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We're going to try something different on this trip and do the blog postings by iPhone app; the laptop and its excess weight is staying right here on the kitchen table for this trip. A small Bluetooth keyboard is going along for the ride, too.
We leave Salem early Tuesday AM and fly out of PDX to Chicago to London Heathrow to Barcelona, arriving Wednesday at noon (nine hours ahead of PDT), so the first ...
... has to be repaired once again.
The 36 Pit Fire started two weeks ago in fairly remote area southeast of the town of Estacada. Estacada is almost directly opposite the mighty Mt. Hood from our location. First report 10 acres burned, the next report that night 100. The next morning the report was 1000, and currently well over 5000 acres. Light smoke can wafts over the entire area. This morning fairly heavy smoke hung in the Gorge ...
After a week of attending the Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting in Portland, I was ready to decompress! Tony came out to join me for adventure. We stuck around the Portland area for our first day, starting out with breakfast at the beloved Mother's Bistro. Based on a tip from our server, we decided to go hiking on Dog Mountain, a steep but modest peak (2948 feet). It's a pretty rigorous hike (7 miles, 2850 feet in ...
... all day. There was a pickup Frisbee game downtown, so I went and played, which felt great to get out and play again. After I got back, Matt and I went downtown again to get some food and a better tour of the area. We had some great Mexican food and went into the biggest book store I have ever seen. It takes up a whole block of a street. Besides the rain, today was a lot of ...
... the Gulf of Alaska and spun around gathering up moisture. Well, well, lookie what I found, the storm said to itself. A bloomin' typhoon! Typhoon Pabuk slid passed the Japanese Isles and headed north, losing intensity the farther north it went. What it didn't lose is a lot of moisture. It incorporated into the large Alaskan storm which now became a mega storm. Rain to 10" has been predicted for the coastal mountains and Cascades with 4" in the valleys. Winds ...