before we headed out for the day, we grabbed a quick coffee at dutch bros, a cute little drive thru coffee shop.
then we headed north. my daughter suggested we drive up to washington, just to say we were there. anyway, how many chances will we have to cross the columbia river? did you know, it's the largest river in the pacific northwest.
one more for the road. or should i say one more for the sky. BOL
goodbye portland. you've been loads of fun.
mini bailey tasting my hotel coffee. (she didn't like it either.)
until we meet again my friends-
You might want to make sure mini Bailey cuts down on the coffee! Those cups are bigger than he is and he seems to have lots of those cups ;)ReplyDelete
Loving your trip, so many exciting things to see. I really like bridges from a sketching point of view.ReplyDelete
Brilliant photo of Mini Bailey sipping her coffee.
I hope mini Bailey doesn't bounce off the walls of the plane drinking that coffee beforehand! ;)ReplyDelete
Very interesting photo essay on your trip. Showing mini bay's adventures tells the story from a different point of view Very neatoReplyDelete
I'm glad you and 'Bailey' enjoyed the trip!ReplyDelete
You are making mom want to go there more nd moreReplyDelete
Benny & Lily
Very interesting trip you had, thanks for taking us along on this visual trip.ReplyDelete
We, of course, saw the Columbia River Gorge during my trip to Portland, Oregon. How can you not? Isn't it breathtaking?! ;op
--Raelyn and Rose