Budget Inn Oregon City/Portland
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TripAdvisor Reviews Budget Inn Oregon City/Portland Gladstone
Travel Blogs from Gladstone
... Over to Charles and Laurie's afterwards for a green smoothie lesson and lots of music by Charles and Joanna!! They have done SOOO much landscaping since I. Was last here. IT is like a park in their backyard. Good-bye to my sweet son Marcus and his girlfriend Margaret. It's always hard to leave Portland. They have been very good to us and we appreciate it very very ...
... of going too hard too early we decided to go for a stroll down the Hwy. 99 west towards the town centre area. On our way we noticed Lumpy's Tavern, a local dive bar establishment on the opposite side of the road that would be our first experience of Dundee's local residents. We pulled up a stool each and plonked ourselves down at the bar. Nicki appeared from the kitchen asking "whot kin I getchyas?". "Two IPA's please bartender" was my response and that was the start of what ...
... since we want to sell the Subaru. Arghh.
This also makes us gun-shy to transfer the RV registration now which we need to initiate upon return next week.
Rainforest outside our back door here in Silver Falls State ParkAnyway ...
... blossom and they look beautiful (wish we knew what kind of trees they were, there are at least 2-3 different types in bloom). The cattle lots still smell awful, though, not masked by the lovely fragrance of the blossoms! There are also lots of bee hives placed in the tree fields, (many of the gutsy yellow splats are probably from them!) and we saw considerable activity with pruning, etc.
Gas is ...
... of battery when we are in the middle of what looks like an industrial district, and the main road is closed! There are detour signs, so I follow them and start to use the force for navigation. Thankfully, my phone battery holds up *just* enough for us to get going in the general right direction again, and we find some familiar territory. Back at our motel, we do a mini-pack up tonight once we settle the kids a bit, then off to ...