Holiday Inn Portland Airport (I-205)
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... They were finally going into the stadium when we were leaving Portland.
My sisters wear pedometers and estimated we walked 8.25 miles today.
We rode the train back to Gresham. And it was long. Many people were on the train. The train made about 25 stops (I counted). It took us 1 1/2 hours to return to Gresham due to the busyness of the train stops. People getting on, people getting off. People carrying bicycles onto the train.
... bus. I messaged her that night and it turns out it was and she was visiting her friend who goes here. We met up and talked for a bit before she had to catch the bus to go to her friend’s dorm. It was a very weird coincidence that we were here at the same time. Today was full of rain for Portland, but according to Matt, that is the normal weather pattern. Rain comes ...
Naturally when I tell someone that I’m leaving the country for a year, some questions arise. It’s nice knowing that people are interested in what I’m doing, but at the same time, it can get monotonous answering the same questions over and over. After reading this you’ll have a more complete idea of what exactly I’m doing, where I’m doing it, and how I intend on not being fired while I’m over there.
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... him to try on all the different costumes. He was Buzz Light Year, Captain America, Spiderman, and Iron Man.
We eventually both had to stop ourselves from even going to the shops as the prices and sales were just way to tempting and we were started to have serious concerns about how we were going to get everything back to LA without the RV and then back to Australia. We called Air New Zealand and pre paid for 3 ...
... of Elmer's is too much to resist but it is not fare that I'd care to eat for much longer. It was a good feed though but then we never let ourselves go hungry at restaurants. I have included a picture of some original artwork by Henry. He has a habit of talking about poo every time we go out to eat. It's generally along the lines of "I'm going to poo on you" or "You're a poo-face" or "This is poo-poo." Naturally we frown upon this kind of talk and do our best to ...