Holiday Inn Express Portland East-Troutdale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... grabbed a role of duct tape from the toolbox in the truck flatbed. He supported the ladder while I scrambled up and taped the hole with several strips of duct tape (the emergency fix for aircraft damage in the Air Force,lol). We were both soaked from the rain, but the rig was safe from damage! We ate dinner that night at a favorite place from our first visit, the Black Rabbit, at the historic Edgefield Mansion, which used to be a "poor farm" in ...
... a lush rainforest for about 8miles. We had to do a little scouting to find the trail to the waterfall as there are no signs. We did ultimately find that someone had spray painted an arrow to the trailhead on the road, but even then you had to know where to look for it. By the time we had found the trailhead, the rain was coming down in buckets which made retrieving the raingear from the Thule box on the roof a bit of an ordeal.
... 11 - ice cream cones at the deli in Wyeth.
I read the book Wild, by Cheryl Strayed. I thought I am in her foot steps. The book was on the best seller list for about a year. Cheryl Strayed wrote about hiking the Pacific Crest Trail. It was a good book. You can feel her triumphant when she realized she had achieved her goal of finishing the trail at The Bridge of the Gods. And she ate ice cream, I think, at the deli we ate our ice ...
Sadly, I could not get into Portland early enough to catch practice but I did go into Portland. My day was fun, just got to walk around and explore Portland by myself, which can be very fun. Most things were either closed or opening at 12, so I mostly window shopped. There were a few places I went into like Brooks Brothers, just for the fun of it. I would have liked ...
... the Gulf of Alaska and spun around gathering up moisture. Well, well, lookie what I found, the storm said to itself. A bloomin' typhoon! Typhoon Pabuk slid passed the Japanese Isles and headed north, losing intensity the farther north it went. What it didn't lose is a lot of moisture. It incorporated into the large Alaskan storm which now became a mega storm. Rain to 10" has been predicted for the coastal mountains and Cascades with 4" in the valleys. Winds ...