Portland North Days Inn
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The accomadation were very nice. The rooms were clean and the stay pleasant.
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... highway from Portland to The Dalles is Highway 30. It runs along the Columbia Gorge for about 70 miles. Construction of the Historic Columbia River Highway began in 1913, and was considered one of the greatest engineering feats of the modern age. Its engineer, Samuel C. Lancaster, worked diligently to showcase the many waterfalls and other "beauty spots" on the highway’s route through the Columbia Gorge. It is a narrow, winding, two-lane road carved from the steep hillside on ...
... to move on from Park Lane Suites. Knowing we was to check out in the morning we took up the lovely Erik with a Ks offer of his sofa for the next 2 nights, we made plans to meet and had an early night to recover and rest our sore sore heads!!
Day 4 - Packing up felt sad and strange to leave our first home of our adventure but we was ready to see our next chapter. Heading back to the airport we picked up our car. (Now named Kevin G) We met Erik from work and followed ...
... and Jackie as we will now reside in the same city. As the trip came to an end, it was a bright beginning to the next juncture in our lives together. May the future be filled with lasting memories, more adventures like this, and of course lots more Cheese, Cars, Churches, Cows and Cheese.... Well, maybe more adventures than cheese.
I hope you enjoyed reading about our trip.
With Lasting Memories,
Brian and Jackie
... needed in schools, and I learned today that they have done almost exactly what I requested! I don't think that it was because of my request, but it's good to know that great minds still work in similar directions! Can't wait to share with my department!)
I have already begun missing Bob and Ebony. I hope they are having fun. It rained here in the city tonight, so I hope that they didn't get drenched or were in their tent already.
... can arrive in MGA in the early afternoon rather than midnight. For this I'm using 30,000 FF miles, plus $102.50 in taxes and fees ;-)
After getting sunshine, speaking Spanish, exploring a country I haven't been to before, listening to howler monkeys, I return late on Feb. 4th.