Portlander Inn and Marketplace
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Hi All I'm starting this travel blog because I have some amazing opportunities in my life that I think are worth writing about. I should have started this a long, long, time ago as I have had the pleasure of visiting some truly remarkable places in this world! My next adventure is.....(drum roll)...THAILAND. I ...
night! Not too shabby for Amy, not too shabby at all.
After Tam left, we had a poke around and then
our stomachs sent us in search of food. There was a pretty big main road near
us, so we walked along, found some grub, and then bought a few groceries since
we now had a kitchen to cook and a fridge for storing things. Also free access
to a washing machine and dryer! What even is this??!?! The heat was pretty
oppressive, so we spent ...
... and sprayed all of us with cold water....Harlan began bawling, and didn't stop for some time....luckily for eveyone else on board the engines are so damn loud they barely noticed.....eventually Harlan feel asleep on Justins shohlder....I mean PASSED OUT. Except when sprayed by water then he would immediately wake up and scream....and the fall back asleep. We finally arrived at the OK corral and had a big brunch, including ...
... called Steve and Jody from east of Portland and before long I was at their apt in the Pearl District. We talked all the evening and then off to bed.
May 25th-Sunday-Out to breakfast at the Heathman Hotel. I was last there when about 8 yrs old and we watched the Rose Parade from one of the upper floor rooms! Another couple joined us – I recognized their names as being in the WMC (Willamette Motor Club) with us in the ...
We left Santa Cruz on Tuesday and debated whether to try and stay a few days at the Seacliff state park. We decided not to as it was going to rain for a few days. We headed north. As soon as we hit Redding, the rain started and the Uggs went back on my feet-goodbye sandals for the rest of this trip. The doggie hair dryer has come in handy again as the dogs get very wet when outside doing their business. I am glad I brought so many towels from home. We didn't need them at the ...