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One of the things I look forward to is Outlet Shopping in the USA. It has become a tradition that we spend a day (or two) at one of these. Lots of great brands at terrific prices - usually half the price of home. The choice and variety of what is on offer amazes us. So today we headed to Woodburn Premium Outlets located about an hour south of Portland. With more than 100 stores, it is the largest tax-free outlet centre in the West. Big name ...
... trouzers she spent a hundred bucks on chocolate!
Today I went to check out the arboretum. Which in case, like me, you haven't heard of one is a kind of living museum for trees. There is loads and squillions of types of tree there, some are really rare and they are being conserved for the future. So I guess it's a little bit like a tree zoo. With it being the start of autumn it really was beautiful. Lots of trees were still hanging on to their bright green leaves ...
... and then turned around and paddled back and had a great time. That evening we met at Gary and Toni’s house for supper along with Pam, Dave and Aunt Anne and had a birthday celebration for my cousin Tom who had joined us.
There was a huge farmers’ market downtown on Saturday and I took my aunt. We wandered around looking and tasting and, I must admit, there were some of the best tasting fruits I can remember anywhere… bought ...
... some nice, unstressed time just shooting the breeze, working the jukebox and
glowing under the neon. The night ended with a walk, a bus, another walk, and
an amazing rendition (or two…) of Islands in the Stream – at least I thought so
* Peter is not this man’s real name. I doubt anyone other
than my family and close friends are going to read this blog, but I still feel
like some privacy should be held in tact for ...
... in. After our ride we were quite hungry so we tried out one of the many food carts nearby. Callum and I got a popular hamburger from The Brunch Box. A food vendor we were told about on our tour the day before. We got a buger called 'YouCanCheeseburger'. It was a standard beef patty burger but instead of a bun it had a toasted cheesy on each side! It was delicious but you certainly couldn't have more then one. Ash got an Indian curry from a ...