Portlander Inn and Marketplace
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It was nothing short of nice to wake up to a quiet house,
and spend the first part of my day sitting on our epic porch eating oats and
drinking tea. Again, I felt like an old lady, sitting there watching people
drive or ride past, sometimes catching their eye or just studying their
preoccupied faces. It was all very peaceful somehow. Except for the house
across the street, which somehow has survived with a huge block of land around
it. If we ...
... mignon. Home to talk and off to bed as I need to be on the road tomorrow morning early.
May 24th-Saturday—Up early and off to college roommate Jeanie’s home in Culver, about 45 minutes away from Prineville. A beautiful day and all the snow covered peaks of the Cascade Mts are showing – breathtaking! We had breakfast and talked till almost 4 pm. Enjoyed her and Bill. Reluctantly headed west to ...
... but we were up for it. One point of this vacation was to try out some of my new hiking gear for my upcoming Africa trip, so I had my new Osprey day pack and new hiking shoes, but forgot my trekking poles back at the house. This was a perfect mountain to use them (really really needed them), so I regretted leaving the trekking poles behind.
We couldn't have asked for a better day for a climb. Dog ...
... bears were particularly active. One bear was playing with a big plastic barrel. He was trying to bite it, but couldn’t get it because it was round. So he pushed on it with his front paws to make a wrinkle that he could bite and show that barrel who’s boss. The tigers and leopards were sleeping and we couldn’t see them well, so we headed to the Lorikeet Landing exhibit. I really enjoyed this exhibit. It’s an enclosed area where the ...
... A book that he wrote. His name is Lo Nathamundi. He is exteremely involved in the community yoga movement and was a super enjoyable individual to talk to. He did realize that there was only room enough for one bearded guy with a briefcase and left. Or maybe it was because it was 10pm... As I was signing up for my 5$ hatha class at The Movement Center for the next day, I overheard to caffeinated girls rambling about beta-blockers and ask ...