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... br> Before I head off and crash out I have to give a shout out to Lizzie D's workmates who I hear have been having a sneaky peek at my blog during office hours! Hello guys, I'm glad you are enjoying my ramblings! And thanks to the people who have sent me massages to say they are enjoying reading this blog - it's awesome to know people are reading it and I appreciate your messages a lot. Off to bed with me so I can enjoy every second of Portland I have left. Nighty night folks!
... as our accommodation booking went, we had no
time to fit that in. Even if we fiddled around, how would we get to the small
towns near the sight, and then off on to somewhere else? Damn damn damn it all.
Luckily, Seb has already seen them on a previous trip to America, so although
it was just me missing out, I now have a great excuse to come back to the
northwest. The next annoying hurdle was the realisation that the space between
... museum was being built, but was far from being completed. This time, it was not only completed, it held a Blackbird spy plane and a Saturn rocket. More than the planes and rockets, I was more interested in seeing the 3-D movie they were showing, called, "Jerusalem". Why they were showing a movie on Jerusalem at an aviation museum, I have no idea. But, I was glad that they did. The premise of the movie was of course, the archaeology and history of the region, ...
... choose. I want to be able to get into small spaces and fit in regular parking spots. I don't want to 'stick out' so much in towns or the Walmart parking lot. I'd like to get decent gas mileage and not have to tow a car.
After considering all this, I've decided on a class B or small C. Something between 22'-26' would be ideal. This will give me room to live comfortably while on the road, ...
I try never to drive the same way twice so I varied my route a bit on the way back. My original thought was to go through Boise and enjoy the scenic loop through the mountains there. The trouble is, that route requires driving around Yellowstone on a weekend in July, which is often a traffic nightmare. Instead, after North Dakota I left I-90 just west of Billings and enjoyed a leisurely ...