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... at 10 and headed north on the freeway-Gas again-$3.70. I finally left the prairies and into the mountains—All are beautiful, lush and green now. I soon began to see snow and the further I went the deeper it was. On Chief Joseph Pass, over 7000 feet, there was over 2 feet!! The roads were clear and very little traffic so a nice drive. Stopping in Darby for a call from Phil and there were 7 deer standing beside the road. On 15 ...
... lady showed us lots to do and how to use public transit to get places. She is a credit to the city of Portland. Our first stop was the Portland Historical Society Museum. We walked to where it is shown on the map and could not find an entrance so decide to head for the Portland Streetcar line only to discover that the entrance to the museum was on the other side of the block. We spent a couple of hours wandering around viewing the exhibits ...
... of my life to be different. I am determined to have this and not succumb to the alternative.....stay tuned, I will be getting real creative soon as my bank account dwindles.......haha.
(Thank you for reading and thank you to everyone who has been there for me since my return (and while I was away!) your support and friendship has not gone unnoticed and has kept me afloat during a time where I am sinking, you are my life vests! )
... rain. We wanted to head over to the International Rose Test Garden and waited for the bus. After it didn’t come for a while, I checked the sign and apparently it doesn’t run on weekdays after Labor Day. So we made the mile or so hike through Washington Park to the garden. What a beautiful garden! With literally thousands of rose bushes in nearly every color of the rainbow, it was truly spectacular. Even in the light drizzle, we spent a while walking ...
... to his portrait. The headboard was amazingly decorative and the old time decor was great!
We wandered out for dinner to a current "hot spot", Luc Lac, a Vietnamese kitchen that is basically self-serve, place order, pay, get your own silverware, staff will seat you when a table comes available, and they bring your delicious food! I had the mussels and a green papaya salad, and D had the crispy beef on ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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