Residence Inn Portland North Harbor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... that is exactly what we did for an hour or so. The park is home to some of Portland's Water Reservoirs and from what we could see this was home to a family of ducks. Glad the water sources are going to good use!!
Our final stop for the day was St Johns Bridge, which Lindsay had told us about. We drove over the bridge but the best views were from under the bridge so we parked up on the east side and walked down under the pretty stone archway ...
... volcanic eruptions, or directly, in the form of hailstorms and torrential rain, to be followed by a magnificent sunshine. While it's true that these are all mere physical phenomena dictated by physics, I believe there's a machinist behind the magic.
Traveling for the past 11 days has also taught me things outside of myself, which I am eager to share with you:
We live in a huge, beautiful country. And I mean "huge." It's easy to underestimate ...
... Skagway, and Glacier Bay. The ship allows passengers to "enjoy the freedom of staying connected" for a mere $.75 per minute. This means I am going to be finding free wifi on land. That's cool. I'll do all my typing on the ship and upload it from my lil' phone on the go, as the kids say. I'd rather stay offline while on land anyway.
Tomorrow I'm on my way, I'm on my way. Rachel made me so many mix CDs for Miles' fancy CD playing machine.
... me back to good old Happy Day in Canberra!With our time here in Portland and in our luxury dwellings, we made the most of the cheap wholesome health foods, making all types of green smoothies every morning (Andy loving being the Guinea pig), making dinner every night and taking advantage of awesome natural health foods and cafes around us. To aid the beginnings of our little health kick, Andy hooked us up with “week trial” passes at the ...
... almost every shot! Furthermore, I will concentrate on the rule of thirds instead of symmetry! I promise to not shoot on “automatic” and learn to adjust my +/- , my ISO, white balance and shutter speed! How will I ever enjoy the serenity with all of this distraction from my camera?! Maybe some pictures I’ll shoot on “auto” and not tell Roberta, our leader.