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... River. Considering Portland is some 70 miles inland from the Pacific Ocean, it has the 5th largest working 'port' area. It has an eclectic and vibrant art community and plenty of beer-houses (breweries) with fine food. The locals definitely live up to the slogan of "Keep Portland Weird".
To Buck and to Dave & Robby for sharing their time in showing me round town and providing me with a better sense of Portland than just the weather! I appreciate it very much!
... situation. The meat bird’s coop got blown over by the wind, so we had to fix that. Turned out to be not that hard but still needed to be done. After work, I went a nice bike ride, as I am hoping to ride into town tomorrow on my day off. For dinner, we had amazing "fall-off" the bone pork ribs, which were to die for. I was waiting so long to have this and ended up being all I dreamed of and ...
After slowly waking up, we met the parents to go have breakfast at an organic farm. Bobby and Rachel's friends joined us at Gathering Together Farms for a family style breakfast. The waitress brought out giant plates of eggs, bacon and sausage, salad and potatoes. John and I had some delicious homemade orange juice. It was easy to just sit there and talk for a long time.
Once we peeled ourselves away from the farm we started the drive north to ...
... me at hello.
Hatha Yoga at The Movement Center. The ivy on the gates and most surfaces of the early 20th-century school building waved about, beckoning me towards the hand-carved oaken doors. Just kidding, this isn't going to be that gushy. But, the class was spectacular. The hip-opening and breathing exercises released the minor tensions that come with sleeping in a mini-van.
After yoga, I returned to park ...
... to Longview along the scenic banks of the river. We spent the afternoon and evening at a commercial RV park on the river so that we could do laundry and clean up a bit.
Saturday, we moved closer to David's daughter Jamie in Camas, WA to Paradise Point State Park. It is on the banks of the Lewis River, and here we met up with some friendly banana slugs... not the largest we've seen, but still as big as a small banana.