Courtyard Portland Beaverton
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Hi Everyone: Just getting you a window to our travel blog. While traveling, we will attempt to add an entry every evening - sometimes with photos. Feel free to check in as often as you are curious.
We're starting into the final week of nitty-gritty details, but feel relatively ready to go. Any prayers for the continued health of Ron's parents will be greatly appreciated. Thanks for all your well-wishes over the past few weeks.
Back to work! Elise and I helped feed the pigs this morning, while Brian did the bird chores. After animal chores, our next task was to clear out invasive blackberry bushes in the sows pen. This take a long time and was our main task of the day. We still didn't finish but made good progress. After we clear this area, we will be setting these piles ...
... mind-numbingly putrid Mickey Mouse Junior TV and ultra-violent adult TV. How that show was so popular I'll never understand. Anyway, we're hoping that Henry tires of it and goes down to sleep at a decent hour. That's a big issue when you share a hotel room. Adults generally don't go to bed at 8:00pm. We have important things to do like drink wine and recap the day. Tomorrow we are checking out Mississippi Avenue and it's mix of dodginess and ...
... driven a transport truck San Fran to Portland, and was joining Dylan on the ride back to San Fran the following day. Dylan is a very welcoming guy who took myself and Albert on an ensuing 2 hour tour of Portland. Crossing I think 4 bridges whilst at it, and taking us to the Rock Hill overlooking the city providing spectacular views. On this tour, we even visited Dylan's work place. One of the radio stations. Here we visited the ...
... when a catastrophic event is literally still happening. It's one thing to have a trip planned, interupted, and still want to go. It's another to actively plan a trip at a time of disaster.. and then be hunting for a 'deal' at the same time.
I'm sure the 'dealers' are very happy with what they can get, though! While those of us who are not deal-shoppers don't 'get it', for many people, getting the deal is the most fun part.