Courtyard by Marriott Portland North Harbour
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... with NyQuil and dusted with Pepto-Bismol (you know for the late night – I drank too much crowd). Eventually, the health department put the kibosh on these two. Lest that sound unappetizing, please know that Voodoo's other offerings are actually quite delicious such as the Bacon Maple Bar and the naughty crème filled "Cock and Balls Doughnut"! The namesake Voodoo Doughnut is shaped like a voodoo doll and oozes ...
... tasty. Michael drove us back and we did laundry, as you do.
Our last night in Portland began at the Kennedy School, a converted elementary school now hotel, bar and restaurant. The facilities are super cool in that it is restored to keep its historical elements but also is super fun. They had a detention room and honors room and a boiler room bar. There's a movie theater and soaking tub but a lot of kids unfortunately.
Dinner then at Beast:
(1) gazpacho ...
... then realised you had to pay for the hot springs about 12 miles back. There was a lot more driving than expected but the scenery was once again beautiful and worth the detour! After about a 1.5 mile hike to the springs through muddy trails, we got lucky and found there was a private one left. It was quite an experience. The water was hot! We had to put about 5 buckets of cold water just to make it bearable but once we were in it was lovely! Not what ...
... of all the people who have inspired me, challenged me, loved me, hated me, and forced me to reconsider what I previously knew. My village is the Daltons and the Heaths; it is Father Bob and Christy Robinson; it is Jason Carney and Anouk.
But most of all, you are my village. I have lived my whole life atop a layered foundation of support, and have yet to wake up without directly, or indirectly, feeling your emotional, physical, and financial support. Plunging ...
... and boring, which is the best you can hope for, I think.
Even though I love to travel, and especially love to go to England, I am always happy to get home
too. And when Mt. Hood comes into view, I know we are home.
I want to thank my friends and family for all the nice comments about the blog and the photos. I hope some of you are inspired to visit the beautiful part of the world sometime.