A Painted Lady Inn
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... from molten glass! A 'real' gaffer pours a ladle of white and we then add a 'cascade' of transparent grey dribbled down the middle. Some of the grey will remain as transparent grey and some will blend with the opaque white to give a streaky effect.
Stifling hot work but so COOL!
Just as cool is drinks afterwards at the home of Dan and Lani, the founders of Bullseye Glass. Their three level home overlooks Portland, the Willamette ...
... Washington and then west to the furthest point north on the Oregon Coast – the City of Astoria. Casey has been using a variety of travel apps and discovers the perfect place for some morning coffee and a bite to eat. It is located at an old Bumble Bee canning factory – turned into a museum. While in operation, this factory also provided space for “The Coffee Girls”. These girls prepared coffee and snacks ...
... plane at Narita as the other plane will fly onward to Seattle. 8:45pm Another bumpy ride to Portland, especially when we were off coast the coast of Alaska. This was one of the bumpiest ride I had ever experienced. Thank God it lasted only a minute or so. Did not get any sleep on the plane and I spent most of the time watching the tv series. The flight was only 7hr 45mins and we arrived at 10:15am - a full 40 minutes ahead of schedule. ...
... a very condensed form. The money part...I sold my house and put some of that money aside for "that long trip i'll take someday". I poured blood, sweat and tears into that house for 10+ years. It owed me. Don't have a house to sell? Save save save and some credit. I'm not advocating putting yourself into debt, just to be clear. I am however an advocate for lving life to the fullest, fallowing dreams, taking big chances and always being a little on edge. The edge of fear, ...
... to get around – true story.
From here we wandered over to Voodoo Donuts which I’d seen on Man Vs Food. The queue was outside the building with about 30 people visible. Balls to that. I suddenly got hungry and decided I needed to eat there and then so I got an cheap average burrito from a Mexican van. Charlotte begrudgingly had one too. I forgot to mention this but yesterday I tried a peanut butter Snickers for the first time, it ...