Motel 6 Portland - Tigard West
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... I split the roast beef, blue cheese, caramelized onion concoction toasted in the wood-fired oven. Drool, baby, drool!
Last but not least was the winery Bella Vida. This is a diamond in the rough! To approach it one must travel up a narrow rather dusty road. The view was the most outstanding and the man who owns it could not have been more cordial and likable. Our entire group of ...
... away. We are going to make a sheep-pork sausage, as the sheep won't taste very good by itself. We will use a tenderloin from Napoleon, as they look so good. After the slaughter, I went to work on fixing a new area for the new meat chicks, up near the barn. I wasn’t able to do much on it, because I had trouble finding the right screw. Tomorrow I am playing Frisbee again, so I went to bed ...
... hike up to the waterfall, which was indeed very beautiful and had a very interesting shape, resembling a necktie. In all, the waterfall drops quite a big height through a series of cascades and horsetail-drops, but like many of the waterfalls here, it was not possible to get the entire thing in one shot.
We continued on to Bridal Veil Falls State Scenic Viewpoint. A short hike down from the parking area leads ...
... not the best but clean, cheap, central. No bugs ! Big cheap eaterie and bar next door. Spent the rest of day/ night wondering around downtown . A long walk via a well rough area with tents and shelters built on sidewalks got us to the groovy Pearl district for Ian's micro - brewery needs.i felt a bit ill but we stayed late and had a hilarious and characterful taxi driver who sang along loudly to his country cd of Alan Jackson ( apparently huge here !) was witty about life ...
... of a 14megaton thermal explosion. Hiroshima was a 20 kiloton explosion, equal to 20,000 tonnes of TNT. 1000 kilotons makes a megaton. It went for 3 minutes. It destroyed everything in its path for 7 miles, blew the earth off the rock, vaporised trees, for the next 6 miles it laid everything flat. The cedars look like they have been combed flat. The landslide from the eruption filled a lake with 250 vertical ...
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