Fulton House Bed & Breakfast
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... green) and deep red as my three diluents and they produce a range of browns showing promise.
And finally, I complete an 8x8 sample plate using silver leaf on Reactive Cloud glass with fine Garnet frit highlights. This should react to produce navy colourings where the silver and garnet meet.
Come 4pm, the coldworking area is closed. At 5pm, we farewell Bonnie and Louise. They have been excellent and ...
... went off the next morning.
We checked out, much easier than checking in, and we were on our way towards Seattle.
I don't think we'll be going back to Portland. It looked like an interesting city, and even though we didn't get a chance to explore it, neither of us felt the draw to it as we felt for some of the other cities we've traveled through.
But at least I got my mug.
... journey together.
We had booked into a hotel downtown, Scotty found a great deal on lastminute.com and given that the price of a hostel in Vancouver is pretty much what we were paying for a whole week in Goa we knew that we couldn’t afford to stay in the city long. We took our taxi downtown, as the bus, train, walking route seemed too much at this time on a Thursday and we were both tired from the flight. The taxi whizzed us through cute streets, with their grid like ...
... but in a ball) I had the 'Southern' meatloaf, mashed spud and some kale (I needed some greens)! FYI...the little balls called Hush Puppies originate from the earlier slave days when the workers would eat their meal and the dogs would get restless and yelp or bark for food. The 'scraps' were rolled up in a ball and fed to the dogs, to keep them quiet...ie...Hush Puppies! These were yummy tasting scraps - thanks Robby for looking ...
... I stopped for gas after leaving the hotel and then went to the Oregon Historical Society