Days Inn Portland South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The horse back riding in Montana at Dunrovin Ranch was awesome!!! It was like a hotel but a person was very nice to people and let people sleep in part of her house. Suzanne owns Dunrovin Ranch and the house we stayed in. But here's the bed part, we got to ride horses!!!! Here are the pairs Phoebe and Cool Dude, Claire and Charger, Mama and ...
... aka the Spruce Goose. And after some discussion with the parentals I'm prob going to give away visiting anymore volcanoes active, extinct or otherwise. Mount St Helens was high on the list except, like Crater Lake, all the snow has melted and after checking the web cam it just looks like a dirty, great big hole has been blown into a mountain. And I will be able to see Mount Rainier from the road and as a nice backdrop when in Seattle. That should do it I ...
... once we cleared the road block, the ram leading onto the highway was close! We had to take the smaller roads to get into the next entrance onto the highway. That took another 30mins. It was such a long way home, which should have taken only 30mins. Anyway, finally got home at 10:05pm for dinner. Sigh, I had wanted to take a walk around the neighbourhood after dinner. Hopefully tomorrow then. It's off to bed ...
... on adventures like us. Will admired the rocking chairs facing the window so we will have to make sure he gets a turn. We got a text from Uncle Len checking in to make sure all was ok and going as planned. It's nice to have so many people concerned for my safety. Little worried it might make Will miss his family from time to time but he assures me he's fine. He spoke with his Mum the other night after my parents asked him if he had spoken with his family, it was nice. I ...
... and provided interesting conversation. It was silver service, the sommelier explaining the wines and several waiters providing service. There was a $49 three course menu with several choices. The specialty of the house is using wild mushrooms so they form the basis for many dishes.
Fletcher and I both started with the soup of the day which was a creamy cauliflower and carrot topped with white truffle oil. This was after our amuse-bouche of carrot topped by ...