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My husband and daughter got back today from their trip to Southern California. They were taking care of some things at our house, which is now under lease.
I was tired of being cooped up, so my daughter and I went thrifting.
I did a quick Google search and found some stores that looked good in nearby Tigard. They are also close to each other.
First, we went to Musi's on Main (12400 SW Main St). It's in a really cute ...
... and put one at a time back on cleaning as I go with a rag, turns out to be rags.
I then break out the bike chain lube and proceed to clean the chain. First putting down a layer of the lube then turning the chain whilst holding the rag around the chain to wipe most of the oil and dirt off. A couple applications and the chain is looking pretty good. I wipe the sprockets and use toothbrush to get into narrow areas.
... feed like hungry tigers! We thought maybe we'd be done with gardens after this, but the guidebook was quite adamant that we should visit some more... so we carried on.
The International Rose Test garden was the obvious next stop - it's right next door, outdoors and it had stopped raining and we were drying out quickly. The garden itself is impressive, in that there are what feels like 58.8million roses of different types, colours and so on spread all around the ...
... they transfered it into a plastic water bottle for safe keeping. Well, early the next morning, said individual woke up with terrible cotton-mouth and rolled over to take a big swig of water, and grabbed to vodka instead. Needless to say, he was quite surprised. Now THAT's hair of the dog. OK I have kept it clean for as long as I can stand it, so for those of you who have delicate ears (or eyes as the case may be) PLEASE STOP READING. THIS IS YOUR LAST WARNING! ...
Oh yes, we spent some dough today. And it felt really good. As with yesterday, we took advantage of the free breakfast which, had we not been sleeping in a pop-up for two weeks prior, may not have passed the muster. It was a pretty basic offering and tasted grey if that's possible. Still, it saved us $40. $40 that we needed to blow on merchandise. Another beautiful day in Portland. The climate is perfect here: overcast first thing in the morning, a ...