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... my Will. Can’t do it all now so will try to fill in the blanks over the summer and get it finished when I return in August. Overcast and nice out. Later to JB’s for our usual salmon dinners and home to watch the news.
May 9th-Friday-Up early again. This is Phil’s last day here. Finished up a few loose ends and packed his backpack. He did his bike ride and swim. Phil met the new handyman, Austin, ...
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# of flights: 14
# of ferries: 3
#of monies found: 17.78 Euros, 8.05 soles, 41 ...
... super sweet hot chocolate, served by an expat and watched a film about the building: one of Roosevelt's New Deal, built and furnished by locals. On the way back we stopped off at PDX to collect the hire car; a vast Ford, very comfortable but a bit intimidating. Linda guided me back safely and we had a lovely meal of steak, washed down with a Californian Cabernet ...
... Alder, another Portland-locals favourite. We must have hit it just right, as we didn't even need to wait in line (20 min later hungry folks were peering in from the line out the door!). Chocolate potato donuts are their specialty, as are their Bloody Mary's with a beer chaser, so of course I had to try them all! D had the 'duck, duck...steak', beef steak topped with a fried duck egg and potato wedges fried in duck fat and ...
We arrived home in PDX on the morning of July 16th. EXHAUSTED!!!!!!! Happy to see my mom pick us up at the airport as neither Hilda nor I were in any condition to drive. And despite my head telling me that we couldn't go to sleep in the morning…my body (after many hours of no sleep) said we needed to. Amity and I took a shower and went to bed at ...
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