Courtyard Portland Tigard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that I'd never seen before. The store was nice with a boutique feel. It's actually a consignment store rather than a thrift store; the items are more upscale. Hunter found a darling leather, leopard-print belt for $10. In the back, they have some $5 racks that were fun to look at. We wanted to walk around to see what else was in the area, but there was some construction going on that would've made it difficult.
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... it. While walking around through the tall grass to get a good photo (the one above). I stumbled onto my first Geocache. "What is this?" It was an old ammo box just like I had read about. Like a little kid at Christmas, I opened it up to ...
... hour on the train. Sadly, on the ride to the Gresham station, the bike got locked in a gear, so I had texted Elise to ask for a ride, instead of trying to bike home on a broken bike. So that was extremely nice of her, and today there was an Easter party on the farm, so not much work was being done today. So it made it easier for her to come pick me up. Hopefully, if I can get the day off next Sunday, I can go back and play ...
... kids playing amongst all the fallen leaves!
We pick up Belinda, and start driving out of Portland. Mount Hood is about 90 minutes away, and all three kids fall asleep on the way there. The drive is nice, and we are fortunate to have a really beautiful day to be out driving! Before long, it is looming up over the horizon, and it is impossible to miss! It looks spectacular, with a snow covered peak. I cannot ...
... along Historic Route 30. This road paralleled the Columbia River and the Interstate, but at a much slower pace. There are about 6 waterfalls along this route and we planned to stop at each one! At one of the waterfalls, there was an excellent display about how the gorge was formed.
It actually started in Montana with the Missoula Floods! Millions of years ago, there was a large glacial ...