Extended Stay America - Portland - Beaverton - Eider Court
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... to photograph but you can't capture them all, I did try though. After stopping to get photos of the bridge and crossing over it and back again, we continued on towards Hood River. The end goal was to do a giant loop out from Portland along the Columbia River then back in towards Mt Hood and then back to Portland again. We succeeded. As we followed the Hood River along we saw the mountain. It was beautiful when we first laid eyes ...
... we lost all power to the RV and became stuck in the middle of the car park. We couldn't move forward or backward as it said that the brakes were engaged, but no matter what we tried,nothing worked. So whilst Anson tried to sort it out, Rachel and I took Kaya to the children's museum that was near the car park. We had an absolute blast inside, were we could visit a play vet and care for the animals, play with a heap of water activities, do some play shopping, and so much ...
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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.
... us on an overnight train to Ngaondere on Saturday night, where we will stay for the first week to work with their organization. This will be a unique experience staying with a host family. Sophie and I will be sharing a room with a large bed and Josh will have a separate room. We will have access to a separate shower and bathroom. I'm looking forward to this experience!
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... Light house here and an Octopus Tree which has limbs as tenticles. There is some debate as to whether this has been orcastrated to look like it does.
When walking the tracks at these Capes; there were many small animals like rabbits, squirrels and Chipmunks. The views were once again stunning.
We then traveled to Tillamook for lunch. I have another cold and it seems as if my earlier bout of flu may be returning so ...