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... and had packed not one but two extra layers in case (one of which I gladly procured - with much appreciation).
I took the Eagle trail which was a lot of fun and difficulty. Fun because it was difficult and also because it was bug-less. Difficult because we were required to scale sharp inclines both up and down. Going up we had to climb through narrow openings in tree limbs, loose rocks, and assorted brush. I made it extra difficult by finding a sled after our ...
... with these commuters as we climb the hill together.
To top off this day, the kids, my mother and I made a return trip to the Wilson pool so my mother could also experience all its wonders.
July 25: Today we will be coming home after this fun and insightful journey into both past and present times. We plan on having a nice breakfast all together and then spend our last moments in Portland together having a bit more fun...
... pesto, all on grill rye bread. It was outrageously good! Lunch for two was under twenty dollars. After lunch we stopped at Old Town Brewery Tap Room for some beer tasting. Old Town Brewery is once of over 100 craft breweries in the area. No wonder Portland is called beer city. We ordered a brace which, for $8, turned out to be three ounce tasters of NINE different brews. My favourite was the Shanghai’d IPA. Good thing we were taking transit today.
... amazing and cheap since it was happy hour!! We finished of our day at Portland Art Museum, a massive place with an impressive collection. We particularly liked the ……… photography exhibition.
Portland Saturday Market was next on the list (the first of the year here) a massive market along side the river on another beautiful day. Off to more food carts for lunch then a stroll down the ...
... with soaring ceilings are a feature. Certainly was an ode to the almighty dollar when it was constructed.
Pioneer Square is the heart of downtown Portland. This brick plaza is nicknamed 'Portland's living room' and is the most visited public space in the city. The obligatory huge Christmas tree had centre stage and was surrounded by local artisans selling their Christmas inspired goods. What attracted my attention the most were the two ...