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2010 U.S. Road Trip – Day 25 -
7/13/2010 – Portland, OR
After breakfast we headed for Portland,
OR. We visited the World Forestry Center in Washington Park.
Washington Park is a large park in Portland that has several
attractions including a zoo, a children's museum, and a garden. The
Beautiful weather in Portland! Powells book store is spectacular. Verdun Chocolate just melts you.
... We're nursing students at OHSU."
I came to Portland for the train-station feel, the biking, the gardens, and Oregon Health Sciences University. One of the future nurses told me she would be happy to show me around the campus that week. It was strange to feel that within the first two hours of being here, I already had found people at OHSU, a yoga group, and a funky coffee shop. Portland had me at hello.
Hatha Yoga at ...
... when one was setting up other bands could play... We don't waste time at Pickathon. There was another small cozy stage next to the showers and café, and another two inside the barn near the horses and chicken coop. In the barn there was morning yoga and baby music class. Zozo loved it, until she found the stairs and only wanted to do that... typical! Up and down and up and down! They did a great medley of a, b, c, d, into twinkle twinkle, and then baba black sheep, ...
... With kiddo, it doesn't work well to just wander at whim and let things be. So how much experiencing of other places does he get, when things are run often much like home? Does he get a chance to see that people live differently at all? It may take more than a weekend and it may take going to some place that is so different than home that he's almost forced to immerse a bit, just to do basic things like eat and shop. May be an idea?