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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... lucky to have a backup light! 2 hours of serious climbing and hiking with no light except what we brought with us was no easy feat to say the least, but was a highlight of the trip thus far! We then hiked the Trail of Two Forests which was a short walk in an area that had molded around Redwood trees that created cylinder shaped tunnels into the lava. This was created over 2,000 years ago and preserved well. It was ...
... stopped to see what they were catching--salmon and rainbow trout. You could see the fish jumping, and we saw a couple fishermen pull fish in and also lose them. Jim chatted it up with them while I took a hike to the nearby fish hatchery. The salmon were on a run up the river to spawn, and the water was so clear I could see the schools in action. Then on to the winery which was voted Washington's best. We tasted a flight of wines and didn't ...
... worth it. SUGAR!
We also got a chance to visit the zoo, where I became transfixed for 30 minutes by the polar bear, as well as Forest Park which boasts as the largest city park in America.
The food carts in Portland are also worth a mention: Rather than eating at restaurants, most people in the city eat from food vans which serve everything from Greek 'gyros' to Venezualan polenta burgers. Very tasty and a good chance to have a chat with some of ...
Today was very relaxing. After having a morning skype call with my family, I read a few chapters of my EMT book and then did laundry. My laundry load consisted of things that I will wear this week, and will again do another load Saturday afternoon, before I leave the next day. I took a nap in the hammock that was built recently, for a bit which was quite nice. It is positioned well, so it is in the shade all day, so ...
... One of our other responsibilities is to remove the MORTS from the ponds… MORTS are the dead fish… the life of a trout is 4-7 years… based on its environment… their life can be read like the rings of a tree in their scales… Looking under a microscope you can count the rings in the scale… Evenly spaced, even in size, means good food and good living conditions… on a day to daily basis we don’t see ...