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Suzi and I participated in the 13th Annual Northwest NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness) again this year.
This year we walked for the Gates of Grace which is transitional housing for homeless women. We had 29 walkers with our team. There were close to 5,000 walkers total this year, with a fund raising goal of $250,000.
We had an amazing time walking with family ...
... and then turned around and paddled back and had a great time. That evening we met at Gary and Toni’s house for supper along with Pam, Dave and Aunt Anne and had a birthday celebration for my cousin Tom who had joined us.
There was a huge farmers’ market downtown on Saturday and I took my aunt. We wandered around looking and tasting and, I must admit, there were some of the best tasting fruits I can remember anywhere… bought ...
... that it was soft and oozed along the path if you watched it. I gave it
a good poke and then we moved it out of harm’s way into some moss. The two
other slugs were enormous, long and yellow with black spots. They were sporty
slugs, speeding – as only a slug can – across the path as though they had
somewhere very important to be. I made good friends with these guys, one of
whom was completely non-plussed by my poking and ...
... Charlotte didn’t want to. In the end it was relatively straightforward, we were biking on the main roads but the bike lanes were huge, in some places the bike lanes were bigger than the car lanes.
We dismounted after we crossed the bridge into downtown and hit the river walk. We locked the bikes up and decided to leave them here as it seemed safe, busy and easy for us to get back to. There’s some food thing on called Oregan Bites ...
... around the corner so we went to investigate, and found two policemen. One was clutching his leg and was talking to another man so we approached the other policemen and Steve described what was the problem and said the man around the corner was 'legless'. The policeman then said 'had he lost his wheel chair'?. He didn't understand what we meant, so we explained that he was drunk and at the same time ...