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... but that didn’t happen. It was kind of weird rain today, it was off and on all day, and even hailed a bunch. After finishing the fence, Brian stopped by, as he was on his way to hike around The Gorge, with his girlfriend and two of their friends. The Gorge is a national park, about 20 minutes, driving, up the hill. After work, I gathered my care package from my parents and did some EMT reading. Sai and I played another series of pool, sadly again ...
... during the Federal Government shut down, so when we take the 505 off the main highway, we eventually see a sign saying that the Observatory is closed. A shame, but we figure we’ll still get some fairly good views, and the scenery should still be nice. We’re on country roads again, and it’s a pleasant drive.
As we get higher in the hills, we scenery does get better, but we notice lots of low ...
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, ...
... to resort to just cheese on toast - tragedy! Day 2 was again just more wandering about, generally eating and drinking. Portland has amazing food carts with cuisines round the world. Had probably the best burrito I've ever had, then went with Sarah to Salt and Straw - probably some of the best ice cream I've ever had - they even let you try samples of all the flavours when you're queuing - Think that's the closest to heaven as I'm likely to get :P No ...
... are a luxury for these poor people.
Neither did I write about our home-hosted dinner where, in Jaipur, an extended Muslim family answered every one of our American-style queries before dinner, showed us around their unusually large home, and then fed ...