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... Bourbon. No, there was no sharing. This was just about as good as our hometown Graeter's.
We wanted to take the streetcar since Cincinnati is building a streetcar and Portland is touted as one of the models. Fare was reasonable, $1 for two hours. Not sure how they know if you paid or not since once you got on, no one checked for tickets. One of the great features was the electronic sign that told you when the next streetcar was coming. The streetcar was clean ...
... br> that was not made by the hands of men.
There is a road, no simple highway
between the dawn and the dark of night.
And if you go, no one may follow.
That path is for your steps alone.
You who choose to lead must follow,
but if you fall, you fall alone.
If you stand, then who's to guide you?
If I knew the way, I would take you home.
The end. This has been the experience of a lifetime. Thank you, everyone, for taking this journey with ...
... this conference is unlike anything I’ve ever attended or heard about. There was no spruiking of courses or books, no sign ups required, no pay now and learn later etc….. typical of other conferences. Rather this was a conference where the many like minded people from all walks of life, from all parts of the world came together and shared ideas, helped people with their own ideas and created bonds that would propel them forwards. This leads me ...
... They were finally going into the stadium when we were leaving Portland.
My sisters wear pedometers and estimated we walked 8.25 miles today.
We rode the train back to Gresham. And it was long. Many people were on the train. The train made about 25 stops (I counted). It took us 1 1/2 hours to return to Gresham due to the busyness of the train stops. People getting on, people getting off. People carrying bicycles onto the train.
... through Nordstrom’s to use their bathrooms and then wander through the amphitheater-like brick piazza which was showcasing a display of colorful flowers.
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