Motel 6 Portland East - Troutdale
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Áttum afbragðs dag í Seattle í gær, tókum held ég touristann bara alla leið, geimnálina, Pike Place market, höfnin, Skyview og miðbæjarrölt í sólinni, ekki amalegt það. Dagurinn byrjaði reyndar heldur snemma, síminn byrjaði að hringja kl 3 (kl 10 á Íslandi), eftir það var lítið um svefn. Klukkan 7 gáfumst við upp á að þykjast sofa og fórum að græ …
Held það sé óhætt að segja að dagurinn hafi staðið undir væntingum sem dagur hinnar miklu eyðslu, allavega fengu öll krítarkortin aðeins að finna fyrir því. Hörð samkeppni er um titilinn big spender dagsins en eftir nokkra yfirlegu teljum við að Hrund hafi rétt marið Kristinu �� sé litið til fjölda hluta og umfangs er samkeppnin ekki …
... a beautiful view of rolling hills and farmland. We visited the Woolen Mill and I purchased some early birthday gifts! We also visited the Farmer's Market and tried to get a tour of the famous "underground city" built by Chinese laborers in the 1880's. The tours had closed for the day, so we'll try our luck the next time we visit. We are now in Boise, staying at the Mountain View RV Park and we expect to visit here for about a week.
... s pond. The plexiglass has to be cleaned on the water side of the observation window and there is only one way to do it. That is to lower the water level, don waders and slip into the pond armed with non scratching scrub pads. It takes five people more than an hour to clean the algae off of the window. That does not include the donning the waders and the gathering of supplies. While in the pond Herman and the smaller sturgeons, being curious ...
... were able to walk (I won't say "hike") a bit on the trail...I am reading "Wild" by Cheryl Strayed right now and I think she must have a stop at Timberline on her trek northward on the trail. Right now she is still in California, but I looked ahead in the book and I think she makes it to the Bridge of the Gods in Cascade Locks where we were yesterday. Her book about her experience on this trail that goes from Mexico to Canada is very ...