Motel 6 Portland Downtown
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... not much was open. MD got a slice of pizza at 21st Century Pizza across the street, and I ate an apple and almond butter. Then it was off to bed for us!
Friday July 31
Julie very nicely paid for a couple hours parking so we did not have to wake up so early. We packed up, returned the car to Enterprise, and then figured out how to take the Max (public transportation - train) to ...
Wednesday we drove down the interstate to Pendleton. If you’ve ever heard of Pendleton Wool clothing and blankets this is where they came from. The Pendleton Mill is in the original building and still in operation from 1909. We went on a tour through the mill. This mill that we toured makes blankets and another mill in Washougal, WA makes clothing and does the dying of the yarn for the Pendleton, OR Mill. The milling process ...
... turn out to have more room. On this occasion it was nice to have a slightly bigger room, and we could both just about fit into one bed comfortably, except that the bed was Chinese height, so anything below the ankle for me just dangled off the end, ha ha!
We wanted a snack, but didn’t want to head out past the melee of sellers and dodgy looking characters, or try and navigate the complex lift and floor system (the lift only stopped on even numbers) but hunger won and ...
... city, yet didn't dare step foot in one of the busses hurdling by, for fear of being swept away to a place far, far away. Our adventures over the next few days were too many to cover in detail in this format, but to suffice it to say there were no dull moments. We stayed at Todd's an additional night before parting ways, leaving him with our most sincere thanks. The next two nights we spent in equal kindness at Chip Kyle's with his wife up another monster ...
... 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! ...