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After enjoying all the scenery we made it to Portland Thursday afternoon. Jim brought his
heavy duty battery charger and jump started Baby Car so we drove across
Portland to the nearest Fiat dealer – 45 minutes away! Battery was replaced
with a new one and we’re as good as new!
Friday we went downtown Portland. It is big and spread out.
We went in the “Pearl District” and walked around some but ...
... in the middle of the night to find a bottle of mineral water if you wake up thirsty, not good. Our taxi driver took great joy in reciting the sex noises that the various nationalities of girls he has led astray during their Bali holidays made, our personal favourite was the Japanese, we will have to do it for you when we get home, it’s not blog appropriate, but does however tie the Asian taxi drivers together with the same, simple and basic thread we thought as we went ...
... quick to seize a computer and advise you. After wandering around the entrance level for over an hour, I found my way to 'dangerous territory' - Travel Writing, Mountaineering & Trekking and TIGER books - all on the same floor! I was in reading heaven...if only there were comfy chairs to sit in and read read read! After another hour or so, I needed to leave before I spent my RTW 2015 budget on books! But I couldn't help myself, I had to buy a book written by Reinhold ...
... Back at the bottom we walked then cycled back to Oregan Bites were we got loads of free stuff as they had some TV chef maybe bits and pieces and Onken were giving away hundreds of yoghurts. As we left a woman with a child was stood on the riverwalk with a sign about some disease collection, it was a crudely made sign and she asked us for money in that awkward way that people do "Would you like to help dying children" or something along those lines. We said ...
... since we drove through Hart Mountain in southern Oregon.
When I finally uncovered the bikes in the back I dust and dirt just flowed out.
Gee, these bikes are made to be ridden in the rain. So let's get out the hose and wash them off to begin. I disconnect the main water hose from the RV, add some length, and a nozzle then proceed to hose them down top to bottom.
I take them all off ...