Extended Stay America - Portland - Gresham
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... of the missing carpet and my dad took out the selfie stick. (Yes, we were THAT family.) Next we went through security and I got to show them my new, never before used passport and boarding ticket. The security guards we really funny and we went through security fast and without any difficulties. Then we took some more pictures and rode a flat escalator. We then proceeded to sit on the ...
... We met a lovely couple in Deschutes brewery, who hatted to us for over an hour about where to go, our trip, our lives, they were so lovely. After them, everyone who heard about our trip had hints and tips and advice to give. We have a busy few weeks ahead!! There wasn't as much history to check out here as there was in Seattle, but there was a lot of culture to check ...
... left in the book I was reading.
Good plan Peppis.
I'll never do Amtrak again that's for sure.
The last night in Minneapolis we did pizza Luces and I got to spend the morning wih A and C before leaving, with a really nice breakfast.
While in the Sisseton area we went to Fargo for red lobster and a movie, went to the big pow-wow and hung out with Cs family for 4th, and spent a lot of time watching movies, soccer and reading. The ...
... reminded me of Virginia ham, just not as salty. After lunch, I collected eggs and fed the lambs. After collecting eggs, I washed the eggs to finish out the day. After finishing the day, I did some more reading on my EMT book. It makes me sad to see the Nationals scores, because they are not doing well at all. Before bed tonight, I watched War Games with Matthew Broderick. I forgot how good of a movie it ...
... 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 ...