Hilton Garden Inn Portland/Lake Oswego
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When we left the restaurant, D told Ethan to give us hugs because it would be a long time before he saw us next. While 3 weeks is a long time to a young child, I did gulp a little to not take our comings and goings for granted. God has blessed us and our family with health and peace. He doesn't promise the nature or state of our circumstances, only His presence and joy. So here we are, ready for there and back again.
... year as a Wifi only device despite it being unlocked. We might buy a International Smartphone SIM this year for it. We got by fine in 2014 having others call on our behalf from our hotel, but the tour guides seem to consistently recommend having the ability to make local calls. With Amazon's recent ability to offer offline downloading of its Instant Video service to any Android, we won't need to limit our entertainment content to just the Fire. It's ...
... on SW 10th and Alder, opting for a chicken bento box and kalua pork for lunch. We wandered to Pioneer Courthouse Square to sit on the steps and eat while we did some people watching. They were busy setting up for a concert or event of some sort, so the people watching was subpar and we ventured off to NW 23rd after lunch. This area was full of fun shops, bars, and restaurants. It seemed to be quite a poplar area, and while we found plenty of ...
... on fire, which will be pretty sweet, so hopefully in a few days we can be done. We did a little before lunch and main clearing after lunch. So in that sense, it was a boring day, because we didn’t do anything exciting. For dinner, I made myself some scrambled eggs with salmon, which was awesome! Hoping to get some more salmon to make for ...
... We find out it is actually very close, so we grab our gear and head back to the car. Once on the highway, we are actually heading back to Portland when we come across the Timberline Lodge exit, and turn up. William is super excited to potentially be seeing snow! We try not to get his hopes up too much.
Driving up, the road is completely dry – no ice or anyway, which is lucky! There are some unusual ...