SpringHill Suites by Marriott - Portland Hillsboro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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June 16th - We departed by bus for Fort Vancouver. This was the fur trading hub for the Hudson Bay Company. Here furs from muskrat, beaver, gray wolves, were processed and loaded aboard ships that would transport the furs to England to be taxed, then sent on to China for trade for spices, silk and tea. The Fort is on its original site and they are still ...
... Portland and took a free two hour walking tour. Portland is a strange place .... the city's slogan is 'keep Portland weird'. Here's are a few reasons why: Pioneers brought land in Oregon for a quarter. They had to set about clearing all the trees but didn't bother to clear the stumps hence the nickname 'stump town'. They then to flipped a coin to decide whether to call the new city Portland ...
- A lot has happened since I last wrote. I wish I could say it was because I was having so much fun as that is mostly true.
- Tori and I made it to my twin sister Jane and Don's in Grandview WA. I ate something along the way that did not agree with my GI system and spent most of my time in bed. Tori had great time riding an ATV, riding ...
... doesnt think it will hit until day three when I am preparing to begin CAC programs with our first partnering community. Whenever it is, I will surely let you know. For now, I am going to make the most of my excitement, adrenaline, and anticipation for whatever is ahead these next five weeks.
I had a nice going away dinner with friends last night at The Cheesecake Factory. I was reminded of how many of my friends here in PDX that I ...
... with Washington at its mouth. We then headed round the cost towards Fort Clatsop, home to an interesting museum about Lewis and Clark's expedition to the Pacific Northwest in 1803. Heavens, they were tough men! The reconstructed fort was interesting too. After lunch at a very friendly diner we ended up at Cannon Beach, a pretty seaside town full of attractive houses, arty shops and a ...