Motel 6 Gresham
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... for about half an hour, they mentioned some places that we should check out. He told me to look for the power poles that look like people with no heads and that they were the ones my grandfather would have put up, and him and my Dad would have lived in a house close by. It's nice to think of that. They also mentioned that we will stay in Spokane the night that we get in at a casino. That way we can see some of the scenery on the way back ...
... hop a bit and there were many big juicy ripe berries for the picking. Joanna kept hoping we wouldn't se a body...it WAs a bit creepy...a sleeping bag had washed up and some various unidentifiable....objects shall we say... ...we got our blackberries for Joanna's famous "BLACKBERRY CRISP". We did however compromise BOTH our hats in the process...well those and Joanna's I shirt...I think after eating dessert tonight we all would say it was worth it!! ...
... enjoy the weather. Iris met a little friend from Holland and I crushed Dean at mini-golf.
As we drove into Portland, I was impressed by the view. We could see Mt. Hood much of the time, and the city was beautiful. With the river running through it and all the modern buildings, it has a different feel from other cities. There's still plenty of traffic, but it wasn't too tough to navigate, even with the camper. We ...
... called Steve and Jody from east of Portland and before long I was at their apt in the Pearl District. We talked all the evening and then off to bed.
May 25th-Sunday-Out to breakfast at the Heathman Hotel. I was last there when about 8 yrs old and we watched the Rose Parade from one of the upper floor rooms! Another couple joined us – I recognized their names as being in the WMC (Willamette Motor Club) with us in the ...
... heaters into the middle of the rows of trees and they turn on big fans which disperses the hot air which helps ripen the fruit. Picking time is July. Shame we were too late.
We also stopped at an alpaca farm and a lavender farm. The alpaca lady was lovely, wanted to know all about our trip. She was sitting in front of an open fire with the sun shining through large windows looking out at green valleys and the alpaca. She was knitting a neck warmer ...