Holiday Inn Express Portland (Airport Area)
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This little stop would be the start of a pretty unexpected night for us. We met the most awesome people here and got chatting over tattoos. They are all locals and told us the best places to check out in Portland and ended up taking us to The City Grill for cocktails. We would never have known about this place as it was high up in what looked like an office block. It opened literally just as we got there at 4pm and there was already a queue by the ...
... t much to say, at least out loud. I became very intimate with my own thoughts, and comfortable simply being with myself. Simply existing. I realized that my inwardness shouldn't only be attributed to flaws, but to genuine comfort in my own skin. Over the last few years I've found myself caring less and less what others think of me, and I now think that this has something to do with it. I don't need the approval of others. As long as I remain honest with myself ...
... USA. Of all places that Amanda and I have visited in our respective US journeys, we both agreed that Portland is by far the best place and we could see ourselves living here.
With 2 weeks in this awesome city, many a catch up with Evan and Andy was definitely on the cards, but first things first, it was time for the important stuff - clothes washing! Amanda and I literally emptied our bags and washed every single thing we owned and damn it was good. ...
Today started out very rough. The electric fence that holds all the pigs in busted a fuse, and the pigs then ran over the fence and escaped. We woke up to pigs running all over the farm. We spent most of the morning figuring out how to get them back and getting them into new pens being set up. Halfway through, I was sent to go do animal chores. I let out the ducks, chickens and meat chickens. Feeding them all and collecting eggs. With the meat chickens, ...
... are transported by tug powered barges.
Millions of fish including many species of salmon, chad, steelhead, pink, chum and lamprey pass through the dam via a large fish ladder every year.
Our Lady Star Of The Sea Church, Stevenson, WA
We have attended Mass at this church approximately 10 times in our two hosting assignments at the hatchery. Last year we were honored to be present for two children's First Communion. Today we ...