Courtyard by Marriott Portland North Harbour
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... t dare enter any of the shops. I have previously noticed that the locals (nor in Seattle) bothered carrying umbrellas. Something to do with the rain not being heavy enough, so why bother! I figured I didn't need one either...but then again I was walking...and today the locals DID carry umbrellas due to the HUGE rains...LOL! Lesson learnt....
Still, I managed to skim past a few trendy shop windows and spy some very wonderful art work, not ...
... Edinburgh, the frantic bustle of London, the meandering green hills and stone walls of the Cotswolds, the crazed tourists at the Louvre, the couples dancing on the banks of the Seine on a hot summer night...the stuff of sweet dreams and future plans.
So we say "Au revoir"...until we meet again!
Because the Ritter's WILL be back! ...
... climbed to the top up 180 odd steps. He returned with jelly legs and Sophie felt all the better for having stayed behind! The story of the column gave us an unexpected link to home - it was built by the Astor family, one of whom moved the England, bought and renovated Hever Castle, in Kent - very near to where we live and a favourite place of Sophie's because of its history around Henry VIII's ...
My one job today was finish painting the bathroom. After finishing the bird chores and feeding the lambs, I went straight to work. I had to do another coat on the front of the door, because everything dried to fast yesterday, so some area was spotty. We are using latex paint, which is super quick dry, and the sun accelerated the already fast drying process. After finishing ...
... bit of an old pro at identifying storm water mitigation features—felt cool!
We had about four stops in a row on the tour that featured street swales in a nice array of neighborhoods. Each had the same integral framework, but nicely interpreted to specifically complement and serve its immediate surroundings. Our final stops on the tour took us into North Portland’s Overlook neighborhood. The streets had pervious inlaid pavement either as ...