Extended Stay America - Portland - Beaverton - Eider Court
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... one of the best, especially this time of year. I brought my new Olympus camera with me to shoot ...
... along Historic Route 30. This road paralleled the Columbia River and the Interstate, but at a much slower pace. There are about 6 waterfalls along this route and we planned to stop at each one! At one of the waterfalls, there was an excellent display about how the gorge was formed.
It actually started in Montana with the Missoula Floods! Millions of years ago, there was a large glacial ...
... in the salty air of the sea. We drove through "tsunami debris zones" one after another, and we wondered if they were referring to the tsunami that hit Japan.
Around 2 PM we left the coast and headed east toward Portland. And the sky came down once again and we drove through rain most of the way to the city. Again we passed through town after town and as we got closer to the city we went through the Chehalem Valley and drove by ...
... surface with a fine layer. In this way, the charcoal dust would penetrate the holes of the outline.
Students Under the Tutelage of a Master
Of course, a strong breeze could easily wipe away the charcoal from vellum, as well as, from paper, but worry not, because all that the student really needed was ...
... long circuit. Great fun, and free!
Tonight we are camped in a private campground, as different from the previous rough camping as can be imagined. This campground to the north of Portland is like a little village, with row upon row of well established, neatly groomed RV sites... the majority apparently being semi-permanent encampments. It is still a reasonable $30, and we have electricity, water, showers and wifi... speaking of which, I will now post this entry.