Extended Stay America - Portland - Beaverton - Eider Court
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Hi Everyone: Just getting you a window to our travel blog. While traveling, we will attempt to add an entry every evening - sometimes with photos. Feel free to check in as often as you are curious.
We're starting into the final week of nitty-gritty details, but feel relatively ready to go. Any prayers for the continued health of Ron's parents will be greatly appreciated. Thanks for all your well-wishes over the past few weeks.
... but we were up for it. One point of this vacation was to try out some of my new hiking gear for my upcoming Africa trip, so I had my new Osprey day pack and new hiking shoes, but forgot my trekking poles back at the house. This was a perfect mountain to use them (really really needed them), so I regretted leaving the trekking poles behind.
We couldn't have asked for a better day for a climb. Dog ...
... shop. People who work in Oregon pay higher income tax than most other states and therefre they don't need to tax goods and services. In fact many from the state of Washington drive across the border to do their shopping.
Needless to say we took full advantage of this law.Portland is a nice small city yet has enough going on to keep you interested. ...
... across that the directions given by the hostel are ****. They weren't anywhere near the intersection they mention, and having asked several people in local shops I was eventually pointed in the right direction. I got there at half 1. Two hours well spent. And as I arrived the woman in charge was popping out to the shop, and would I mind waiting a few minutes? Fine, though the half hour she took started to take the ****. It is a very bizarre set-up. The place is actually ...
... of hikers on the way up. Because we lucked out on the weather, we had a spectacular view of Mt. Hood at the top and could see Mts. Adams and Jefferson as well. Humorously, we had no cell service within about 20 minutes of the park in or out, but had 4 bars at the summit. I don't know where they hide the towers because the view was unsullied. We were able to use Google Earth while up on the summit to help figure out which peak was which.