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Lots of excitement this morning as we gather our group together at Portland International Airport. We're headed to China to form a sister school relationship with an elementary school and a middle/high school. This is the first China Cohort through our school district and we'll return with enthusiasm and wonderful experiences to share with others. There are ten of us going: two elementary teachers, Laura and Lisa; three middle ...
... garage and explore the city on foot which is what we love to do.
Dinner at Screen Door
We met up with some friends from Portland, Michael and Ami, and had dinner at one of their favorite places serving 'southern comfort food'. Screen Door presents southern cuisine from hearty fare to the everyday foods gathered fresh from the garden. The menu is a survey of the ...
... switchbacks, completely worth it. We then went up to the Columbia Dam were there is a Salmon ladder and hatchery. The water was thick with Salmon and we could see them leaping out of the water trying to get upstream to spawn. We saw Herman the Sturgeon, so big he could be mistaken for a shark. Sampled some Portland microbrews in the ...
... it got dramatically steep right at the end. Again, if I don’t have
killer legs by the end of this trip…
Washington Park was nice, very well kept and tranquil as. I
felt I couldn’t talk above a whisper. There were only a few people around in
the first part, sleeping on the luscious grass beneath towering pines. We sat
and caught our breath for a bit, and then discovered a playground! Whoopee!
They had good old ...
... it would have been known as Boston, Oregon.
2. Portland is known as 'Stumptown'.
3. Foodies heaven. There are over 700 foodcart vendors in Portland.
4.Portland has more microbreweries than any other city in the world.
5. At 2.5 feet in diameter, Portland has the smallest park within city limits in this country- Mill End Park.
The tour went for about 2 hours so by the time it had finished lunch had rolled ...