Rodeway Inn Portland Airport
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... the owner and editor of The Oregonian newspaper. Very much ahead of his time with turning the existing paper at the time from a local weekly paper to a regional daily paper after negotiating delivery with the Pony Espress. His house built in 1909 had electricity, an elevator, radiant floor heating, and a pretty sophisticated shower that looked like it had a lot of spray jets.
We toured the neighborhoods of the city and of the 2.9M people in Oregon, 2.2M live ...
... people upon completing this journey. First and foremost, my parents. You've taught me so much throughout the course of my life, and supported every one of my endeavors. When I told you both that I would be going to school in Oregon, AND that I would be driving there, your everlasting support continued to last. "Grateful" doesn't cut it, and although you'll be modest and say it's nothing regardless of what I say, it really isn't. It's everything. I also have the ...
... quiche we ate at that other French pastry shop in the middle of somewhere. That quiche sucked plain and simple. The eggs were WAY over cooked. Spongy and unpleasureable. A night and day difference from the silky smoothness of our Portland quiche. And the leeks! Don't even get me started on the leeks! (AHHH there's a leek in the boat!) With buttery handmade crust the leek and mushroom combo was to die for I'm telling you. Can you tell I feel strongly about ...
... who with their different backgrounds, their different experiences and varied personal endeavours delivered simple and consistent messages to the audience - nurture your ideas and passions, build your community and share, take bold action and just start doing.
I must say, rereading what I just wrote, it must be hard to understand the value of these guest speakers or the value of the conference - frankly you just had to be there. What I can say though ...
... this pass through was a cinch. We then went in search of our gate which ended up being near the end of our terminal. They had a small soft play area for the kids to get some energy out which was nice. I went in search of some food for lunch for the kids & myself. They had a Wendy's so the kids got chicken nuggets to share & got myself a bar. Then Jon & I got some caffeine. Jon was still full from our breakfast. We ...