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... our way through the market stalls and once again it had pretty much everything you could possibly want to buy, providing you have the money and space for it, but as usual we were just window shopping and checking out all the funky goods they had on offer. I saw some more coasters and again nearly got one.. I'm getting pretty obsessed with them!
The market went all the way to the river and there was a lovely park and fountain on the edge. We got a ...
... easier. But after dinner, when we parted ways for the second time, everything suddenly became very real. This doesn't happen often, but I have no qualms admitting it: afterwards, when I entered the hotel room and shut the door, I broke down. It was an intense combination of having just traveled the length of the country in the last two weeks and seeing incredible things, realizing how much I missed everyone, and saying goodbye to my dad one last time. Of course, ...
Over the mountains and through the Douglas Fir Woods to Portland. Our park was on Hayden Island in the middle of the Columbia River. A beautiful campground and a beautiful city. Our niece, Jessica, lives here and we had a wonderful time visiting her and her dog, Moon. She took us to an unusual restaurant just a few blocks from her house and we tried food we had ...
... USA. Of all places that Amanda and I have visited in our respective US journeys, we both agreed that Portland is by far the best place and we could see ourselves living here.
With 2 weeks in this awesome city, many a catch up with Evan and Andy was definitely on the cards, but first things first, it was time for the important stuff - clothes washing! Amanda and I literally emptied our bags and washed every single thing we owned and damn it was good. ...
... everyone did report in and we decided to extend this shoot another hour. Why? Because this 5 ½ acres is a haven of tranquility and stunning beauty! It is a plethora of lush greenery, waterfalls, ponds, shallow streams, ferns, mosses, pagodas, bridges, poetry stones, sand art and a majestic view of Portland, Mt. Hood and a herd of cats!
Side Note: I still couldn't bring myself to haul around ...