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Our last stop was at Lan Su Chinese Garden. Beautiful, peaceful place. The rock floor throughout was designed in different patterns. (See one of the photo collages.) And, the floors were specifically designed by an acupuncturist to massage your feet.
And, across the street from the garden was the headquarters of NWEA, the company that Sylvia St. Cyr works for. So, that's why the photo of NWEA.
For lunch, we went to a restaurant, ...
... the 23rd Psalm ("The Lord is my shepherd..."). The lyrics were written by Robert Hunter in 1970. I think much of the song speaks for itself, so without saying too much about it, I found that it gave me much comfort over the past 11 days, and in some ways, it drew striking parallels with my journey, the purpose behind it, and my feelings surrounding it.
If my words did glow with the gold of sunshine,
And my tunes were played on the harp ...
... your avatar, iv) building a passive income business, v) creating a movement and vi) building a popular blog. We attended all of the academies making the most of the learnings and walking away with a new suite of tricks up our sleeves!
The official sessions (Friday - Sunday) were held in The Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, an old and majestic theatre of large historic importance to Portland. This hall was the setting for a steady stream of ...
... street, and they directed us to a restaurant they usually ate it. That is where we went. It was Pizzicato on NW 23rd Avenue and Gilsan Road. They had a lunch special of a panini or slice of pizza with a salad. We were pleased with our choice of place to eat.
We returned to the rose garden and then proceeded to the Japanese Garden. It is 5.5 acres, and one of the most authentic Japanese gardens outside of Japan. There is a free shuttle ...
... the food carts, but mostly they were all gyros, and I wasn't really feeling that for lunch. So around the corner from Brooks Brothers, was Mayas, a nice Mexican place. I had two tacos filled with chorizo. After lunch, I decided that I would go back to Gresham and see what that was like, but not before grabbing a few snacks at Safeway. I needed a haircut, so I stopped ...