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... in addition to the breakfast, packed lunch, and dinner provided (salmon one night, food trucks another night!). There also appeared to be unlimited snacks and bottled water. The Portland hash seemed to really be on their game. Everything worked very smoothly. They knew what they were doing.
Also, I have to express appreciation to Horse With/No Game since he collected my abandoned belongings after I frantically rushed to Vietnam early in the morning on Monday.
... two city blocks beginning at the corner of SW Alder Street and 9th. Making the decision was difficult, but I wanted to try something I never had before – Bing! No this is not a Microsoft commercial; it is a Chinese Savory Crepe.
Much to my good luck, it was Free Concert Tuesday at the Square. I sat and enjoyed the music and my Bing! Amazing!
... side of the Columbia River.
We began at the Bonneville Fish Hatchery, located in a serene setting with interpretive pathways leading visitors to the pools with salmon, trout, and sturgeon in various states of growth. The sturgeon may be viewed through a window where there are several large specimens up to ten feet long, seventy years old, and five hundred pounds The hatchery releases 10,000,000 fish each year in the river where they swim downstream into the Pacific. Just ...
... showed how babies grow in the first 30 weeks or so. We walked along the other side of river. As we go by one bit there is a large group of homeless playing different types of drums, we didn’t take much notice of it, but it made us think what a norm it is starting to be seeing so many homeless in the States, all wearing and doing all kinds of crazy stuff. We headed back through the market, we stopped at Lovejoy ...
... horses standing guard. The policemen were more than obliging and patient with people as they had their photos taken (me included) with these magnificent animals. One was half Clydesdale/Quarter Horse, the other a Percheron. Their coats were clipped in what is known as an 'Irish' clip to keep them cool as well as appear to be a uniform. Very impressive.
We crossed the Hawthorne bridge ( one of the ? bridges in Portland) into Hawthorne District. It ...