Econo Lodge Southeast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Spent last night chatting until late with my host family, varied subjects...opinion on Scottish independence vote; US vs UK healthcare systems; a bit of US history; politics; the different laws for native people in USA, me explaining bonfire night etc etc. They also find some of my phrases amusing 'flu jab' 'bin' and 'pavement' to name a few. This morning I caught the MAX train from Gresham ...
... back to his rig and returned in record time to pick up three drivers and take us all back to our vehicles. The drivers then returned to Saturday Market to pick up the rest of the walkers. Addam was our NAMI Walk Hero and kept a lot of our walkers from getting soaked.
In spite of the rain, this was a wonderful day with friends and family and added to the great memories of the NAMI Walk.
Life is good. ...
... we arrange for me to take Miranda and William to another section of the museum, while Lavinia and George go to see the Planetarium.
Miranda and William want to go back to the kids area, but I manage to persuade them into the main section, where they are soon taken with more hands on exhibits, particularly with the black hole simulators, and the water pressure rockets. There are heaps more exhibits here, and ...
... stop for lunch at a convenient McDonalds.
Getting back onto the I5 is much easier, and the journey south is fairly uneventful. We have time to spare, and we are not quite sure what we want to do when we get to Portland, so we decide to take a detour on the way down to Mount St Helens. We’re not sure if the weather will be okay, but we’ll go and have a look anyway.
Interestingly, we’re ...
... Oneonta Falls. This is a smaller waterfall on Oneonta Creek. We had initially planned on continuing and hiking up to Triple Falls, but we decided to turn back as we just had too many waterfalls to do in one day. On the way back, we saw an enormous slug on the trail. At first I thought that someone failed to clean up after their dog, until I realized it was moving and had antennae. We also stopped again at Ponytail ...