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The excitement at breakfast centred around the pancake machine.
There were instructions printed on the top of it, which basically said "Place plate underneath and press OK", which I did. After some whirring, two pretty sturdy pancakes were slowly pushed out and plopped onto the waiting plate.
All fairly easy.
Brit however had a more involved experience. Having pressed the OK button, she waited for several minutes and nothing happened, so she asked a passing waitress, ...
... decide to rinse off in the campground pool that was there, however it was not heated as we were told and we hopepd straight in and once we realised, we hopped straight out. We lasted about 2 minutes in the water, if that haha. So we go for warm showers and hang out near the electricity hook up’s in the campground to charge the laptop and our phones before it gets dark and we need to have ...
... picked up and we all donned our warm layers, hats and scarfs! It was a beautiful day at that point, but we all huddled in the more sheltered parts of the boat and basked in the heat from the sun to avoid chilling off! The adult Eggs were a bit in shock, being so used to the Houston blanket of heat and humidity. Not long into the trip the boat slowed down and low and behold two humpback whales were in sight! They were huge and it was such majestic site seeing their tail fins ...
... the grounds of the beautiful Pittock Mansion (built by a newspaper owner) in the west hills overlooking downtown Portland from its 1000ft perch. This 23-room sandstone estate is situated on 46 acres full of mature pine, cedar and fruit trees, ferns and hedges lined with colorful flower walkways. It (and other buildings on the grounds) was used in several movies and no wonder, it’s scenic from every angle.
Brady is all about a road trip, and while I'm not one for driving them, I'm always glad to have someone else do it! So, it was decided he would rent a car and we would spend the weekend on the road. While I imagine I would have made it back to SF without the excuse of visiting Brady, I'm not sure I ever would have seen anything of CA outside the cities, so this was perfect.
I seem to be surrounded in life by men that can't make ...