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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Weeks on the Road: 39 wks
Travel by motorhome: 23,779km
Travel by car: 10,133km
Total km: 33,912km
# of States travelled so far: 22 of 22
LAST STATE BEFORE BEAUTIFUL BC & HOME!
Campsite: March 1, 2015
Vancouver RV Park, Washington
Sunday March 1st we woke up to a cold morning - had to put the furnace on. As we head north the temperature is ...
... a place Michelle Obama would endorse.
Sidenote: Roberta and Dan said the Twilight Parade was rather ho hum but the people waiting for the parade were the entertainment. Apparently, the police handed out chalk to all the little kids along the route so that they could stay content by drawing on the streets! Guess they should have reserved a spot for next week's parade - the more exciting Naked Biking one! ...
... be staying in the Grants Pass La Quinta. Ugh.
Anyway, our plan for today have also been changed. We were suppose to see Mt Rainier and Mt St Helen but as these are in National parks so we won't be able to get very close or go to the interpretive centres. Instead we have chosen to sleep in a bit since we don't need to check out of our hotel till ...
... Mel throws a bag of McDonald's out the other. A Bush-Cheney bumper sticker curled on the back window. Max Webster on the FM. Anyway. The hotel near a train stop is perfect. It's a simple system to navigate and a day pass for an adult runs you $5. Downtown Portland is lovely. It is surprisingly like Calgary's downtown in appearance, at least with respect to the older buildings mixed with modern business architecture. There are, however, far more green-spaces and ...
... Portland. What a beautiful garden! It is very different from the Japanese Garden which was spread over several acres in an out of town park. The Lan Su is one city block square, but an oasis from the noise and stress. This was my favorite of the two. It has grace and elegance with rhododendron, azalea, peonies and a variety of trees and other plants. Within the garden are a tea ...