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The weekend of August 21-22 Larry and I had the pleasure of helping out
on a fireworks show on the new Tilikum Crossing - pedestrian bridge
in Portland Oregon that was the dream child of a friend of ours, Rich Bader.
(The fireworks, not the bridge).
... theater they showed a 3D film on the Galapagos Islands.
On our way out to WA we saw a deer and on our way home two elk grazing in a field. We had been seeing ‘watch out for elk’ signs and ‘elk crossing’ signs all day yesterday and today but had believed they were all false alarms.
The landscape in this part of OR is low hills. The highest point in the state is only a little over 3,000 feet. This ...
... rest and other quirky towns with magnificent views along the way. We stopped at a few waterfalls; Mulnomah (second biggest year round waterfall in the U.S.), Horsetail falls, wahkeena falls, and Latourell falls. Each were stunning in their own way. Multnomah was the most impressive but Horsetail falls seemed the most chilling - we could have sat there all day! We only wished we'd had time to dive in the pool there! Whilst ...
... of Lost Horizon, 1981, Boris Sagal’s TV movie World War III and the 1993 film Hear No Evil.
The architecture is really amazing, the furnishings and interiors warm and inviting and the beer cold and delicious.
Welcome to Portland and... Enjoy the ride! Just make sure to have a designated driver when you need one!
P.S. I saw no ghostly images of twin little girls or “REDRUM” inscriptions at the ...
... brown skates with loop laces that were not long enough to reach up the skate to tie it tightly enough to support my foot. This meant after about 45 minutes of skating I would have to bail out as my ankles were killing me from a lack of support on the slippery ice. After I found my "ice legs" it was a lot of fun to start with, slipping and sliding on the ice we got the hang of it before too long. Once I had ...