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... Mt St Helens - a real shame! It would have been very rude not to have finished the day off at one of Portland's brew pubs. RUDE I tell you. Nobody wants that. Portland is serious about it's beer and it's very good at making it. The gluten free beer and a burger at Deschutes was the perfect way to end a brilliant day.
Time for some solo adventure fun. There are loads of lovely gardens in Portland so when Sharon had to work on Tuesday I decided to go and explore. First ...
... a good sweat, and felt very
off the beaten track (apart from the distant sound of planes flying over). We
found a random bench almost buried in ferns, so sat and devoured own homemade sandwiches
and apples – very primary school lunch box style. Unfortunately, I caught no
sight of big foot – much sadness – and the only wildlife I saw were three
slugs. One was cleverly disguised and looked so much like an acorn except for
... scientists have deemed to have been their particular sound. And another 3D movie. This one was indeed about dinosaurs. This film spoke about paleontologists, and some of the the areas where they found small and HUGE dinosaur bones. But it also showed dinosaurs as they might have looked and sounded. The movie also talked about the topography and climate where the various dinosaurs lived and their theories of how those dinosaurs might have lived ...
... but we couldn’t find any that were open or accessible to the public. Ah well.
Onto Mt. Hood…No matter where it is, it’s always quite amazing to suddenly have a snow capped mountain looming above all else come into view, and this was the case with Mt. Hood. At just over 11,000 feet it’s the tallest mountain in Oregon and has snow on it year round. In fact, it’s one of the only places that I ...
... what's involved: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1e8xgF0J tVg
As you can see its more about working on a long term solution. And its refreshing to see no branding or images related to the company with this ongoing project yet it has its own full department within the company.Each foyer of each building is more like a museum with displays of ...