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Portland, much parodied but probably not seen so often. Nowhere near as much 'authentic grit' as I thought but damned pleasant, yes I WILL have another top beer with my terrific street cart vegan organic local hand-raised nuclear-free burger thanks.
Day 1: Stayed with prospect research mate of a few years, Khoi. He's traveled to a lot of places so I should probably listen to him. Woke up after being conked out on the sofa ...
... we bused back to the hotel just in time for Happy Hour with free wine tasting. Love this hotel. Our dinner was gathered from whole foods, each person chosing their own menu. We took our food back to our room and ate, knitted and chatted. In bed by 9:00ish Good night Day 2 Up and out by 8:00. Had to get to Blue Star Doughnuts before the line got to long. Took the bus to Twisted Yarns. Bus ...
... home I slept easily that night!
Day 6 - Waking up refreshed it was time to say goodbye to Portland And head to the coast, Lincoln City. Jen did so well driving and we arrived safe and sound at the beach! Experiencing our first American Big Mac we was greeted by the smell of the sea and loud seagulls. Our hotel the Quality Inn has an amazing view of Devils Lake and the Pacific just a short distance away. Not just ready for the Pacific we headed to the liquor store ...
... in this area are called "Punatics". I suppose you have to be, if you want to live so close to a 35-year-ongoing volcanic eruption. Ha! Although, on the other hand, not so crazy at all to live in such a beautiful place. Can't wait to share our pictures and adventures on this blog.
... no shame, and the people I was with have a good sense of humour. I'm not sure the stern faced bar person was very amused though. Oops. On the way home I noticed a huge mural painted on the road at a crossroads. I love that about Portland, there is art absolutely everywhere. I see something new every time I walk down a familiar street, let alone all the new streets yet unexplored.
Yesterday I went on a walking tour. It was good to learn some history about lovely ...