Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Vancouver Portland North
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Before leaving Seattle we decide to tour around the city and take it all in. Unfortunately there is a highway closure making all the city streets busy and so after a brief tour we head back on the highway. Before we hit the highway, we do see this interesting little end of street park and small houseboat community.
... cut in the field. After being cut, they required tremendous amounts of expertise to carve correctly. Just as you and I might have several hand-made and hand-selected kitchen knives in order to perform our culinary magic, so, too, did calligraphers and painters have their special sharp knives with which ...
... interesting to mix a Division III game in with all the other games. Plus it was only $10 for adults and kids were free. It was a good warmup for bringing the kids to games. Once again, Trent was with me for the 3rd week in a row. It was a nice outing with his boy as well as my two boys. Also, Trent gave me a very cool customized T-shirt with all the games we're going to on the back!
... before I was off to New Orleans!!
I uploaded a few photos https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set =a.10150931528510169.462742.597465168&a mp;type=3&l=5950079ff4. I only took a couple because we were strolling around and basically just in and out of restaurants and bars...but you can see my yummy mini-Shepherd's pie!! Haha.
I highly recommend Portland to anyone...it is a beautiful place, with lots to see, do, and eat!!
... we ended up at the Bonneville Dam.
Now dams are especially interesting to boys and it had been many years since we had seen this one. In fact I didn't remember ever being there, but when Mark mentioned the fish ladder some of the lost memories resurfaced. So while he lingered on the exhibits detailing how the dam was built, how much water churns through it, how much ...