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After a slower start than planned, an easy hours drive to Portland saw us meet up with Cathy's friends Gay and Bob, whom we will spend the next week with. We met them at Washington Park in the heart of Portland. The gardens are beautiful and we started at the Rose Garden which has over 2000 varieties of roses including many hybrids. We then had an …
... I recognize at least 120 characters including 30 radicals, most numbers and the stroke order for writing characters. I really want to get back to the Rosetta Stone lessons and on-line chats with the Rosetta Stone teachers and my Travel Buddy Yuki. I love the tall trees of Wolf Creek Canyon. No wifi here but feel very at home in the rustic setting. Zeph and I have a plan to add the additional tank. Now we have to do ...
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So I stayed in Minni an extra night at A and Cs before A and C(number 2) picked me up for a trip to Weblen where I stayed until last Saturday when they drove me up to Fargo and I stayed a night and a half at a reaaally nice Ramada Inn by the mall. In the middle of the night (3am) I then took the Amtrak from Fargo to Portland.
Stuck on a train.
With no WiFi.
And only about ...
... a bit disappointed. I was expecting a building full of space exhibits but the space part was less than half the building but contained capsules from the early space program as well as a lunar lander and rover. For me the high point was the copy of a Soviet lunar rover. In the afternoon we walked across the parking lot to the aviation museum containing the Spruce Goose. This is a fun place to just walk around and see all kinds or aircraft from the Wright Flyer to ...
Seattle's King Street station is an impressive building. Ornate stuccoed ceilings and a campanile resembling the one in Venice. Pity Amtrak's organisation wasn't so first class. We queued to get a boarding pass then hung around to find the right carriage. Once on board the seats were comfy and spacious, while the steward Greg regaled us with health and safety tips and how to order lunch. Then Michael told us what was ...