Downtown Value Inn
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Wx: Overcast, Drizzly (Min: 4C Max: 12C)
The morning started out relatively slowly. My AirBnB accommodation is rather comfortable. Between that and the continued overcast, drizzly skies I didn't have any motivation to get up early! Besides, my local 'guide' (aka Buck) was picking me up at 1000 for brunch! We headed down to the nearby Mississippi District, which has a smattering of quirky shops and cafes. I had a ...
... I am worried he is combing down with the same bug that I had. I just woke Will and we had some ham and salad sandwiches that we made in Seattle, I think I am going to go and grab a coke from the shop onboard, not because I really need it but I don't want to miss any experiences. The coke also seems to get rid of some of the gunk in my throat, I try not to think about why that is too much. I just saw a grocery store that is attached to a church, we are in ...
My wish came true, today was nice and sunny all day, and I even wore shorts again! Today I did the birds, built a better door for the meat birds and painted the bathroom trim area and door. The morning was filled with bird chores, and the afternoon was filled with painting. I never really liked painting because it is slow and requires a lot of attention to detail, not ...
... to see Newfoundland and the Canadian Maritime Provinces. The Newfoundland people were incredibly nice, genuine and helpful - the roads not so much. Too many roads - to few taxpayers. The Icebergs, whales and Puffins were fantastic. The viking artifacts and reconstructions were worth the drive. We were able to get major repairs in on the trailer in a town that does not have a gas station for a very reasonable price.
... in the salty air of the sea. We drove through "tsunami debris zones" one after another, and we wondered if they were referring to the tsunami that hit Japan.
Around 2 PM we left the coast and headed east toward Portland. And the sky came down once again and we drove through rain most of the way to the city. Again we passed through town after town and as we got closer to the city we went through the Chehalem Valley and drove by ...