Motel 6 Portland Central
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- Today I'm visiting Portland State University
- This school became a four year college in 1955
- There are over 20,000 students that enroll to this school every year
- They offer a variety of majors and the campus is really nice
- The campus is 50 acres and is downtown in the heart of the beautiful city of ...
... it got dramatically steep right at the end. Again, if I don’t have
killer legs by the end of this trip…
Washington Park was nice, very well kept and tranquil as. I
felt I couldn’t talk above a whisper. There were only a few people around in
the first part, sleeping on the luscious grass beneath towering pines. We sat
and caught our breath for a bit, and then discovered a playground! Whoopee!
They had good old ...
... bought what we needed which included a bottle of wine for Marna which we’d seen in their recycle bin.
We arrived back and debated about when to give them their gifts. I decided it better to do it now. We chatted with the two of them for quite a while. Colin seemed more relaxed and upbeat now Marna was here. We had a laugh, gave them their gifts and they gave us an itinerary for tomorrow and said they would be taking us out for tea. Nice. This seems to be working out ...
... their mother had to be put down, so we have to bottle feed them, in order for them to receive the nutrients needed to grow. I made a nice bagel with cheese and bacon melt tonight for dinner, and it was awesome! Tomorrow is my day off, so nice and relaxing. My hope is that I can go into Portland and go to Lewis & Clark Frisbee practice, but not sure how early I can get ...
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We expected Canada to be more relaxing. The urban parts were very hectic with narrow roads and small parking places - if you can find them. The rural roads - even the Trans Canada Highway - ...