Residence Inn Portland Airport at Cascade Station
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Today, we explored Portland Downtown, had some lunch at the food trucks, which was awesome and got to go both ways on a double decker bridge (that was not part of the plan) :)
Freakiest thing ever!
Now we have to plan the next few days as we have no accommodation ...
... to grab a takeout breakfast from a cool café called ‘yolks’ that does poached eggs in so many styles it’s unreal, Scotty caught up on some footy back home as we had the luxury of cable TV; and before we knew it check out time was upon us and we were once again packing up our bags and on our way once more. Oh gawd, we feel like homeless people, always on the move! We have Greyhound bus tickets, for the authentic US style bus ride experience, and after a wait in the park ...
... entire crowd into thinking differently. Thinking about how we can seek out and explore our passions and vocations, how we can strive to better ourselves and how we can free up more time to spend with our families and loved ones. I can safely say that this is a conference worth attending if you have an idea burning and need ways of unleashing the potential….. you won’t regret it!
One final thing about the conference, did I mention ...
... enjoy the weather. Iris met a little friend from Holland and I crushed Dean at mini-golf.
As we drove into Portland, I was impressed by the view. We could see Mt. Hood much of the time, and the city was beautiful. With the river running through it and all the modern buildings, it has a different feel from other cities. There's still plenty of traffic, but it wasn't too tough to navigate, even with the camper. We ...
So I wrote yesterday's post on the train and right as I was leaving the terminal, but it turns out that I should have waited till later to finish it. I was picked up at the station by Matt Cheng and gave me a quick tour before heading towards Lewis and Clark University, where he goes to school. On our way there, I thought I saw my friend Annie Sisson, from my Seamester trip, ...