Crowne Plaza Portland Lake Oswego
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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I'm so lucky to live in a little village (pop. ~36,000) that has such an active arts council (Arts Council of Lake Oswego: artscouncillo.org). Everywhere you look there are amazing sculptures.
I am no expert on art, just an art lover. Seeing artwork every day, in everyday places, is inspiring. There's sometimes a touch of whimsy, a reason to reflect, or just ...
... so much he can't bring himself to ask her to leave and move to California despite him finding the excessive rain depressing. Great, but where's all this rain now? At least it was a dry heat, with which I could just about cope if I walked very slowly from shady patch to shady patch with barely an inch of skin showing.
I was still battling my cold so when one of my roommates suggested a trip to Voodoo Donuts I accepted and we had ...
... Anyways hanging out on the grass this chic basically just decided yea I'm gonna **** this guy tonight. I was torn i didn't know if I should run away or not, she was a hippy and I mean a hippy like this chic had hairy armpits but she had a flawless body and the cutest face so in the end I pulled a Marcus Lambe and busted out the "awwwwell ****it." **** I'm glad I did this chic was an absolute nymph crazy ***** back in her tent!
... all so hopefully you all enjoy them.
Anyway, I left Baltimore for Portland, Oregon. It was rainy this morning which was funny since I had such good weather and now that I was leaving, I hoped the good weather would continue at my next destinations.
Portland was on the other side of the country, so it was a good trek over there with a short stop at Chicago, Midway. I made it to Portland at about 6pm and caught a taxi to the guest house I was ...
... br> The giant weeds brought out the barbaric warriors in us as we swung them around our heads in a moment of “Lord of the flies”-esque defiance. Huw and James then began a stone skipping (aka hydro-planing) competition that proved largely unsuccessful for both parties due to the ferocity of the waves.
Another long haul in the cattle-truck followed our adventures at Oswald state park until it was time ...