Econo Lodge at Port of Portland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that is exactly what we did for an hour or so. The park is home to some of Portland's Water Reservoirs and from what we could see this was home to a family of ducks. Glad the water sources are going to good use!!
Our final stop for the day was St Johns Bridge, which Lindsay had told us about. We drove over the bridge but the best views were from under the bridge so we parked up on the east side and walked down under the pretty stone archway ...
... Portland. Our GPS could not recognize anything remotely close to this national park or any other national park. Flaw! Lucky we had a paper map and we picked a town on the other side of the park route we wanted to take and we were off. Although we had wet and misty rain in the morning again it turned out to be a lovely day for traveling. Wg stopped a few times for pictures and even tried to get a peek at ...
... everyone did report in and we decided to extend this shoot another hour. Why? Because this 5 ½ acres is a haven of tranquility and stunning beauty! It is a plethora of lush greenery, waterfalls, ponds, shallow streams, ferns, mosses, pagodas, bridges, poetry stones, sand art and a majestic view of Portland, Mt. Hood and a herd of cats!
Side Note: I still couldn't bring myself to haul around ...
... and got two donuts; one covered in chocolate frosting with peanuts and then one with vanilla frosting with M&Ms. I then called it a day in Portland, and walked back to the train stop and then rode my bike home. It was kind of a hassle with the bag from Pendleton, but I made it. The ride is also getting easier as I am now used to ...
... the dining hall will be in our building instead of half a mile and 10 flights of stairs away.. thank God, I was worried that they would have to pack a lunch just to get there. The bad news is, there will be no getting a way form the Eau' du cafeteria. I'm still concerned about how they are going to manage to get around in the mountain village. IT AIN'T FLAT. It's a good thing they are Olympians. Not only that, but the concrete sidewalks seem to be washing away ...