Hampton Inn Portland East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... by. As we are parked in an RV park between trips, there's always activity to see. When I got my new motor home, I moved a couple of spaces over from my original site and I like it much better. I seem to have more room here because it is on a corner and I have a panoramic sky view. It is particularly beautiful at night. My neighbors are quiet and I really like it here.
... but it's an area along the Columbia River, east of Portland. There's a scenic drive with lots of trails and almost 30 waterfalls. We had limited time with Iris, so we went to Multnomah Falls and it was amazing. It's the second tallest year-round waterfall in the US at over 600 feet, and it's just steps off the road. We took the scenic drive, but even the interstate has a parking area where you can walk to the falls ...
... this summer, but encouraged by all of their support and love. Thank you, Lord, for all of the amazing people that you've given me the honor of being in community with and being loved by in this season of life. I was truly humbled with love last night.
Well, I hope to write more soon along this journey to get to Cameroon. Thank you all for your love, support, and prayers; they are felt already.
Grace and peace,
... the Pacific Northwest region. Sandy was concerned on this trip that we might run into a bear while hiking to see waterfalls. Well, we didn’t see any bears on all our hiking adventures, but we did get to see quite a few at zoo. And from here, we could get good close-up pictures without the risks of coming across a bear in the wild. Next, we went to the Pacific Shores area and saw the sea lions, otters, penguins, and polar bears. With the cool weather, ...
... that was good to the end.
We finally made it back to the hotel and took a nap.
We woke up and made our way to the the free happy hour while our clothes were in the laundry. After an hour or so of happy hour we made our way to the river front looking for dinner. We did walk next to a nice gentlemen that was, in one passerby's words, "talking mad **** to himself". This guy was walking ...