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We flew into Portland and already people were talking on the bus, everybody was just so friendly (not fake to get tips, just genuinely very friendly). The air too is so fresh here with the bluest skies, we arrived and it was love at first sight with Portland. That night we did little more than getting in supplies from Trader Joe's.
On Saturday, we strolled up to 23rd street; it was about a 10min walk ...
... things to chat about with him. I am very lucky to have him as a travel buddy. Jack fit effortlessly into our evening, a similarly great conversationalist, with a kind face and one of those laughs that is so natural it makes you happy to hear it.
No, I am not stalking these boys. They are just both great people. And here’s another reason why: after a few hours of porch chilling we decided it was time to grace a ...
... cheap and interesting, we aren’t hungry so we decided to come back later.
We’d already seen a bit of Downtown and for the most part it is pretty similar to most of the other big cities. We went to tourist information then tried to find a fountain that Marna said was nice but we failed. We then visited Powell Books properly, I may be wrong on this but I think it’s the biggest book store in the world. It was ridiculous, you needed ...
Over the mountains and through the Douglas Fir Woods to Portland. Our park was on Hayden Island in the middle of the Columbia River. A beautiful campground and a beautiful city. Our niece, Jessica, lives here and we had a wonderful time visiting her and her dog, Moon. She took us to an unusual restaurant just a few blocks from her house and we tried food we had ...
... blossom and they look beautiful (wish we knew what kind of trees they were, there are at least 2-3 different types in bloom). The cattle lots still smell awful, though, not masked by the lovely fragrance of the blossoms! There are also lots of bee hives placed in the tree fields, (many of the gutsy yellow splats are probably from them!) and we saw considerable activity with pruning, etc.
Gas is ...