Days Inn & Suites Gresham
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As I noted in our last blog we didn't get to spend a lot of time with our boss last Friday before he left for home. One wouldn't think that much would change here at the hatchery but there have been a few. The morning, afternoon and evening routines are essentially the same. In the morning we go out and open the visitors center, the egg incubation observation room and check for dead trout, known as "morts",in the trout ponds, then pick up whatever ...
... in one little town, Carlton, very picturesque.
Finishing up, we decided to try for a spot at Champoeg State Park, hoping someone might have cancelled or checked out early . . . no such luck. Plan B was to continue into Boring, Oregon, yes Boring and yes, it was a boring drive but this is where the Springwater Corridor trail begins and we did not want to get mixed up in the Rose Parade traffic ...
... and then trying to find parking but we had tons of time so no worries. The lady at the baggage check-in was nice and very helpful. She wrapped tape around my suitcase to keep it from coming open. She noticed that my flight to San Francisco was currently delayed due to fog so she booked me on an earlier flight out of PDX to San Fran. Even though THAT flight was also delayed, I would still get there sooner than if I was on the later flight and ...
... back to Cali - from Portland to Redwood National Park. While the inland route would have got us there in about five hours, we opted to take a few extra hours and take the scenic highway along the Oregon coastline, and what a spectacular drive it's been. The ocean makes me so happy!! Liam's been driving for almost six hours though so I do think its time for me to stop writing and take over to give him a break. I'm really looking forward to the next few days, being back in the great outdoors. Bring it ...
After dropping the dogs off at the Westin we headed to Jeld-Wen Stadium and found our seat surrounded by Timbers. A few Sounders fans were nearby. The big group of Sounder fans were on the opposite site sequestered in the corner far from the rowdy Timber Army. We had sat with the Sounders group before and found it too exhausting to stand, jump and chant for over 2 hours. The group usually ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking