Crowne Plaza Portland-Downtown Convention Center
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<ul><li> Once I got to Portland I immediately got gas which was $24.22</li><li>Then I went to the Crowne Plaza Hotel Portland-Downtown and I got myself a room for $250 and i passed out I was very tired after all the hiking and driving.</li><li>next morning I put ice from the ice machine in my ice chest.</li></ul>
... gets done and what does not. Packing will all get done no matter what (and not middle of the night either), and all will be will. It always exactly fills the amount of time that is given to it and it all works out :)
Today, after finishing an article on Napa, I am heading out to Yamhill County to pick up donated wine for kid's school auction and pick up gifts for the family that we are visiting. Beautiful day here for such an errand!
... during the Federal Government shut down, so when we take the 505 off the main highway, we eventually see a sign saying that the Observatory is closed. A shame, but we figure we’ll still get some fairly good views, and the scenery should still be nice. We’re on country roads again, and it’s a pleasant drive.
As we get higher in the hills, we scenery does get better, but we notice lots of low ...
Phew, that was better. The day started off EARLY! I, for some unknown reason, was up at 630 am. So by 730 we were checked out and on our way to Walmart for supplies. Found some stuff for Brooke I will have to go back for on the way home! We were on our way by 9 am. We left Kalispell, MT and headed south west. We had to make a stop shortly after leaving though as we were driving beside Flathead Lake and it was amazing! Just watching the houses on the ...
... was still such a beautiful spot and we are glad we made the effort to drop by. These falls are the highest in Oregon and the second highest year round waterfall in the US The waterfall plummets 620 feet over two steps from the bottom of Larch mountain and are made even more enchanting by the Benson footbridge (1914) which arches 100 feet above the lower falls. With no time to waste we moved on quickly to complete the three waterfall ...