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... This trip was just lunch, so we picked them up and went to the local McMenamins pub for a beer and burger. The McMenamins franchise restores old buildings and puts restaurants inside. The North Portland pub is in an old theater and shows $5 movies while you eat. It's a cool place, with good food and beer, and each place is unique. After dropping them off and taking a quick tour of some new campus spots, we headed west for ...
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... internet to catch up with this blog - and The Archers (for non-Brits, it's a long running radio saga, 'an everyday story of countryfolk'!), oh yes, and bake 'cupcake frittatas - thank you Cathy for the recipe, they're almost as good as yours!
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... thunderous, crrrrrash! Fortunately, inexpensive plates aren't hard to come by, but whoa what a mess! So a 20 minute detour to clean up and we are back at it. This time heading south towards Florence. Along the way stopping at Point Perpetua, the Sea Lion Caves (very cool 200 ft elevator straight down through the rock to the world's largest sea ...
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