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- After the great day game in Seattle, Bailey and I filled up the tank as well as the ice chest and traveled 180 miles south back into Oregon to Beaverton. AKA the home of the Nike Superstore.
- We bought so much stuff. We love Nike and with no sales tax, we bought so many shoes, and athletic outfits. it was awesome.
- We stayed in town for the night. for dinner we ate at Ikenonana sushi. It was delicious.
... about 7 years ago. We're very lucky that she has a one bedroom with a delightful kitchen and comfortable hide-a-bed. After Shea gets home and Joan joins us, we head out to TriBeca for dinner at "Distilled". It turns into a delightful meal with wonderful food and drinks, enhanced by the chef's courteous welcoming drinks and extra tidbits to try. Wonderful Celebration and yummy food.
... free to fly around, although they were spending most of their time eating cantaloupe and other melons. I never realized how beautiful these birds are, with the most fantastic rainbow colors. They weren't scared of people walking through their exhibits at all - they weren't really interested at all in us, just the corn and fruit they were eating. A few times, though, they would look up and pose for a picture. Then we headed to the Africa area, seeing ...
First stop of the day was Ponzi's new vineyard at Beaverton - including a tour of their new wine making facilities.
Very impressively designed (by the owner who used to work for Disney as an Imagineer designing their rides) - based on a gravity system that means they use very little electricity and it's all very eco-minded.
We also visited their older Historic Estate (where they started off in 1970) which is just up the road
... that was good to the end.
We finally made it back to the hotel and took a nap.
We woke up and made our way to the the free happy hour while our clothes were in the laundry. After an hour or so of happy hour we made our way to the river front looking for dinner. We did walk next to a nice gentlemen that was, in one passerby's words, "talking mad **** to himself". This guy was walking ...