Residence Inn Portland West/Hillsboro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... Pinot Noior grape and the relatively recent investment in the industry.
White Rose Estate
The next vineyard visited was the White Rose Estate with phenomenal northern vistas of the valley. Rose Vineyard is one of the oldest and most storied vineyards in Oregon. Planted on east-southeast facing slopes of volcanic Jory in 1980.The vineyard sits at the top of the hill at 870 feet ...
... strong suit of mine. I haven't completely finished the trim in the bathroom, but for what I finished, including the door, looks great. So I am pretty proud of my work. For dinner, we had more pizza and we used homemade dough, made by yours truly. Even though I put a tad too much yeast in, everything turned out great. We had 3 pizzas; a Hawaiian, Buffalo Chicken, and ...
... own way and each was very different which made the whole afternoon very pleasant. We eventually ended up at the vista house viewpoint which has spectacular views along the gorge. We then hightailed it 7 miles up a small road to get to a viewpoint at 4000m from which you can see the 5 mountains in the area. Mount St. Helens, Mount Rainer, Mount Adams, Mount hood and Mount Jefferson. We got to ...
Day 3 can be summed up as a long but productive and highly enjoyable day! Specifically, we started the day by returning to the airport to pick up the latest addition to the rorox backpacking clan....lil archie...the toyota yaris. Archie's first adventure was to guide us to Mt Hood, with the help of gazza ( garmin gps) of course, so we could do some hiking and explore the beautiful forest and waterfalls Oregon has to offer.
We made good time and ...
... artwork from Scout Books. What these books do is combine the classic texts of short stories (Edgar Allan Poe, Virginia Wolff, Jack London, etc) and combine them with illustrations from artists. The books are small...pocket sized and cost $4. I really liked the idea! And the illustrations were great. http://landpdx.com/shows/scout-books Downstairs had a nice selection of paper and gift products. I got a couple of cute buttons. ...