Courtyard Portland Beaverton
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... of pics and walked up onto the bridge (100th anniversary) but neither of us were wearing hiking/walking shoes so we decided not to treck to the top of the falls. The next stop was at a small gorge but we took a few nice photos, and then continued on to Horsetail Falls, which was also pretty but nothing like Multinomah. From there we continued towards Cascade Rocks, and the Bridge of the Gods. There were so many pretty places ...
... in Medford, OR, which was great as always. The waitress was wonderful and recommended we stay at Brookside Inn & Suites in nearby Winters. I'm not sure why; we passed many motels in Medford on the way to the Inn, which was 15 minutes away. Hotel is comfortable, but nothing spectacular that would have warranted the added ...
... Helens where we would spend the night. We went to Bonneville Dam this morning, and we could see an awesome dam on the Columbia river, as well as a fish ladder they've built for the salmon to get upstream through the dam wall. From here we went to see Multnomah falls. It's was awesome to see such a neat water fall. Then we went drove to the Washington national park in Portland, Oregon were we were going to check out the park. We were just trying to pull into a parking ...
... working a few last days at work, and going to the Saturday market one last time.
Our team leader, Sophie, will be arriving a day earlier than I, and will be at the airport when I arrive on Thursday evening. Josh, the other person on our team, will arrive on Friday in the late evening. Paul, our contact from our first partnering organization Breaking Ground will meet us in Yaounde on Friday ...
... bridge-yellow green from lichen and down a narrow freefall of 213 feet, with a nice foot bridge crossing over the base. We stopped for a while and took some pictures, but couldn’t spend too much time as there were many more to go. McCord Falls, just upstream of Elowah, is also here, but it would be another couple of miles to view the falls, so we had to pass on this one.
Leaving John B. Yeon and heading ...