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Today was a very great day. It started out with me sleeping until 10. What a lovely way to start any day. I met up with Lindsay, Neil, and Edith a little before noon. They took me to the food trucks for lunch! One of the really cool things about Portland is that there is such a diverse food scene. It includes places such as The Angry Unicorn (see footnote), The Grilled Cheese Grill (featuring a school bus), and the place I ate, ...
... this idea to join the Crabtree - Eads adventure to Europe started, I kind of shook it out of the way thinking that my mom was just wishing. But as I sit here at my computer, writing to all of you right now, I am amazed at how this was pulled off! Thank you Mom, Dad, Scott, Susan, and Cindi, for creating a super fun adventure that I will never forget!
- Narain D. ...
Saturday we had a luxurious sleep in and then it was time for some tourism around Portland. With my love of all things Japanese it ...
... Mark Watters.
4. Indian Art website
6. “Preparation of Brushes by Miniature Painting Artists,” June 1999, by Nitin Kumar
7. Indian Painting, Wikipedia
8. www.aiacaonline.org/pdf/miniature-paint ...
... resembling a ghost ship. From that overlook, a 10 mile road heads away from the lake to the “Pinnacles”, a canyon with eroded banks revealing vertical columns of sand which was fused around volcanic fumaroles. Quite an interesting site, but nothing compared to similar sites in Utah’s Bryce Canyon or the astounding Cappadocia region of Turkey.
In the afternoon we joined a Ranger guided 2 hour walking tour up the newly created Plaikni Falls trail. ...