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... and with reactive sulphur-bearing glasses reveal their magic. That will be applied to a second 8x8 plate tomorrow.
Our second last task for the day is a trip to Bullseye Projects, formerly the Bullseye Gallery. These days, it is also coordinates about twenty Portland and touring exhibitions, runs childrens' programmes, hands-on learning experiences and arts events.
Micheal, the curator, gives us a tour of the current exhibition, ...
... br> Eating simple, whole foods, helped cut down on having to cook and helped me maintain my weight loss goals.
Cutting processed sugar out of my diet was the best thing in the world!
There are sacrifices I had to make in my schedule and routine when bringing a dog to National parks. I chose companionship over the things I sacrificed and I'm glad I did.
Unplugging for 2 months reduced my level of anxiety and stress. ...
... you can’t trust people on the sidewalk” over and over again, another lady was barely understandable as she begged for a smoke from me, and there are more people pushing around their entire belongings in shopping trolleys than we can count. There also seems to be a massive number of people collecting plastic and cans for recycling sale, and you see them on their bikes with big bags full of bottles and cans, looking in bins and picking up the stray recyclable treasure from ...
... at Union Street Station, Portland and caught a taxi to my AirBnB accommodation. The driver was a lovely, young, Turkish man who is studying to be an Accountant. He and his family moved from Russia a few years ago and he is in his first year of study. The people you meet...all have stories.
The AirBnB accommodation is good. As per the website. Despite the ...
... American Beauty, followed by Mozart's Requiem, and my CD of Leonard Bernstein's Symphony No. 3 "Kaddish" and Chichester Psalms.
I've been keeping something from all of you. Each day, as I posted my playlist, there's one thing I would usually leave out, except for a few occasions. There's one song in particular which seemed to resonate with me throughout my travels. The 6th track on the Grateful Dead's album American Beauty, "Ripple" is a song that echoes ...