Banfield Value Inn
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... did it taste bloody amazing, but it was organic and freshly made, so what the hell. Suffice to say. Nonna’s kitchen has seen a few vegetarians turned carnivores dining with her lately, as they make their way through the meat alphabet, tee hee, it does taste good to be naughty!! It was also a delight to finally peel off the clothes that we had been wearing for 3 days straight, and to take a shower in water that was actually hot and not just advertised as hot, and of course to savour ...
... busting up laughing and the Cale caught on and we couldn't gethim to stop staring at it.....I was laughing so hard I ccouldn't eat. We called it quits got our food to go. I couldn't take it any longer, I couldn't eat with all the moaning and weird sexy talk going on behind me, I almost had soda coming out of my nose. At least it lightened the mood, right. Well, after that we booked it to the hotel and the kids are fast asleep.....vacation is harder than expected ...
... ever done, but nonetheless it was an awesome experience - BOOYA!
Portland, oh Portland - you rock and you’re filled with some special new friends, friends that I dare say we will be friends with for ages! Thank you so much Andy Vu, Evan Sekulic, Kristina Rapoza, Ashley Mudra and Tom Rooney (http://www.apertureproject.org/) for such an amazing stay and experience! When are you coming to visit, beds made and towels freshly folded! Stay in touch you rad ...
... were tasked with more planting of trees. He planted while I tagged previously planted ones and mulched them. At 11:45, we went inside for lunch, just as it started to rain. When we finished lunch, the rain had stopped, but it sprinkled a little later. As we were nearing close, it started to rain again, but we were done so it was ok. Afterwards, I fed the lambs and then ...
... were kidnapped and impressed to work on ships turned out to be a hokey ghost tour in a series of underground connected basements. It was the worst $20 I've ever spent on a "history" lesson.
In other news, I met up with an old friend for dinner and drinks one night of the week and managed to escape Portland only $275 lighter (lodging included).
Total trip cost after two cities: $375.