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... and was receiving chest compressions and CPR as she was placed on the stretcher in front of everyone. It was quite confronting. That continued as she was rolled across the court. We heard that all they know at the moment is that she is in the Hospital, we heard that on a sports report on Fox Sports. Apart from that it was a good day. Probably going to head to Mt St. Helens tomorrow. I will let you know how it goes. Until ...
... copper tubing and the corner stones have been replaced.
Next to receive a little TLC will be the copper fish sculpture, which is placed in the middle of the large rock based drinking fountain/bird bath. It is a giant pain as the artist was not someone who understood how to build a solid base for the tall sculpture. One attempt to strengthen the base took place two years ago. Due to flexing of the original base it also ...
... much like trying to complete a really physically demading puzzle. I love puzzles.
That afternoon saw me on a 3 hour bus ride to Sacramento, followed by a 14 hour bus ride to Portland. I got to the city of hipsters feeling pretty groggy and flat, but made my way to a house on the edge of town who hosts backpackers for free via 'couchsurfing'. There were a few other backpackers staying there so I made contacts in the city immediately which was perfect.
... took a drive up to Cannon Beach and found a nice restaurant right on the beach. We had a dish called Slumgullion which is clam chowder topped with Oregon bay shrimp. It was delicious and went nicely with a glass of Oregon wine. Our final day here was the 4th of July. Linda's brother, Rod invited us over for a barbecue. Very nice and we all ate too much as usual. The fireworks over the Columbia River were massive. They were on both sides of the river, Portland and Vancouver ...
... mouth of the Columbia Gorge. Of course, the ever present Columbia River bisects the states of Washington to the north and Oregon.
Displayed on the upper level are the Sorrows of Joseph, the Sorrows of Mary, The Five Mysteries of the Rosary and much much more. A monastery is also located on the beautiful grounds. We have had a wonderful visit but now we have to take care of the rumbling in our stomachs.
What better way to fill our bellies than to eat at a ...