Courtyard By Marriott Portland Hillsboro
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Laurie hadn't seen Hayley in about 15 years so it was really cool to meet up with her in Portland, Oregon! Her and her partner Roy have recently got into photography and a bit of birding, so we all had a great time together! Roy cooked us a delicious salmon dinner and we went through all our travels ...
... tracks and following all the Timbers fans. It was quite funny looking at everyone waiting at the other train stops because they had no idea why the train wasn’t coming. After getting to the game and meeting Sai there, we sat down just in time for kickoff. It was a tight game until the closing minutes, as the Los Angeles Galaxy scored in the stoppage time period, and then ...
... the cancer is either gone or in full remission at this point. Suzi and I wanted to celebrate, but we had to teach a First Aid Class Monday afternoon. Suzi's brother, Donny drove down from Seattle, and we were able to get together with him for a great pizza dinner before he returned home.
Tuesday was another busy day with a Basic Life Saving Course for Health Care Providers on Tuesday morning followed by a United Way meeting in Vancouver. ...
... 100 are selling on special for about US$35. I cannot resist! I buy some sets for William as well – but with instructions we cannot open these big sets until we are home in Australia.
Aidan has managed to get several freebie giveaways – one through having the strongest Lego bridge in a competition, so well done Aidan!
We get home and find that the girls ...
... With kiddo, it doesn't work well to just wander at whim and let things be. So how much experiencing of other places does he get, when things are run often much like home? Does he get a chance to see that people live differently at all? It may take more than a weekend and it may take going to some place that is so different than home that he's almost forced to immerse a bit, just to do basic things like eat and shop. May be an idea?