Fairfield Inn And Suites Portland Airport
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... People watching is superb.
We caught up with Michael and Ami for dinner and tonight it was the Pacific Pie Company. They serve Australian style pies and it was interesting to see an American take on one of our staples. Must say that we couldn't fault the food. It was tasty and they have the all important pastry just as it should be. Stephen had a Pie Floater, an Adelaide favourite - beef and mushroom pie floating in a bowl of mushy green soup. ...
... someone she met here called Justin. He very kindly offered to put me up on my first night in town. Him and his lovely girlfriend Julie even picked me up from the airport… How nice is that?! They were house/catsitting for the weekend in North Portland so we hung out there for a while and chatted. They were really interesting people and we had soon covered most of the you’re-not-supposed-to-talk-about -this-with-new-people list. Mostly politics really and let me ...
... with blonde whispy bits of hair floating all over him like those ugly naked dogs that always seem cranky. He was the sweetest, and enjoyed a good ear scratch.
After this we passed the time with a few small errands: finding a Portland patch for my growing collection (I fancy myself sewing them onto a blanket or a jacket) and getting cash at the ATM to pay our host. Somewhere in the midst of this I ended up buying a kazoo and ...
... I've also searched nursery rhymes, discovered hazy Bible verses, deciphered Morse code. These types things hardly ever so simple (though a handy, highly functioning in-game web browser at the very least means they are certainly not inconvenient), but boy are they remarkable rewarding. It is significant to also note that the game does not require subscription but just a one time fee and forever play. The Secret World ...
I did the lamb feeding this morning, only to sadly see Annie, our female orphan was attacked by a wild animal last night. Brian and I then were tasked with moving all the sheep into a new pasture, as they broke into another one. We thought either because they were spooked by a wild animal or Annie did not make it or because Annie didn't want to go through while the others did, she got attacked. After dealing with the sheep movement, I was tasked ...