Hilton Garden Inn Portland Airport
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Gary drove us to Gresham, and we caught the TriMet train into Portland to the Washington Park stop. This stop is close to Hoyt Arboretum. The first place we visited is the Oregon Vietnam Veterans Memorial commemorating the Oregonians who died in the Vietnam War from 1959 to the end of the Vietnam War. It is an eight acre outdoor memorial located in Washington Park.
We continued on past it to Hoyt Arboretum. The Arboretum was founded in 1922 ...
... has been up to really soon.
The reason we were in Portland was to see Gary's doctor. Gary received another clean bill of health and doesn't have to come back for a year for another CT Scan and visit. So this was the perfect end to a wonderful month of traveling.
Hope you enjoyed our adventure. I have had fun keeping you all up to date on our shena****ns.
Til we hit the road again, I will say goodbye!
... males are placed in a mesh basket for safekeeping and placed back into the pool.
Interestingly, many of the salmon are ready to spawn but will not spawn unless they have access to a gravel bed. As one would suspect there isn't as much as a pebble on the bottom of their pool.
The male fish are milked of their milt and most of them returned to the pool so that they may be milked again. The sample of milt is examined under a microscope and ...
My adventure began as all great adventures do; walking down a narrow, steep staircase in almost complete darkness, suitcase in one hand, bag of trash and an open cup of chocolate milk in the other, being very careful not to slip and potentially ruin the entire vacation.
The first stop was the Albina bookdrop to return a Lucky Day book. Really you think I could have returned it during the last three days I was at work. Second stop was my sisters house. She was waiting ...
... who lived here in the recent past.
Also in the Interpretative Center, there was a section about a Russian (grandson of Czar Alexander ll) who settled in the area to start a peace retreat. It failed in his lifetime, but has since started again successfully. He had lots of antiques which the family donated someof to the center.
Additionally, there was a display about a Jesuit priest who came to the area to ...
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