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Today is Day 5, the last day of our week of workshops. It's gone so fast but Monday seems so long ago, such is the workload we have covered.
Monday's wedges are out of the kiln and we 'de-box' them from the vermiculite boxes constraining the glass's movement. The next jobs for them are filing and/or sawing off sharp edges, sanding back sides and edges on the flat bed grinder and smoothing further if needed with the angle ...
... work, and didn't move for about thirty minutes, at all. We tried to kill time by requesting songs on Ozzy's Boneyard Sirius XM radio, which didn't work, none of our songs were played.
The ride was so mountainous that at one time, both my ears got clogged, then ONLY one ear popped, and there was severe pain in the other ear, and it's still clogged. I tried gum, but that just made me sick, and ...
... Asia’s final parting gift to me, thanks a million! Although judging by the sounds coming from the other toilet cubicles the other guys in there were suffering from the same problem as me, so maybe it was something in the food from the flight after all. Sorry, too much detail, but I just wanted to share that little nugget with you all.
As we stepped outside onto the Vancouver soil the cold, fresh and crisp clean air hit us with a welcome slap around the face. It’s ...
... everything from Mexican to Chinese to Egyptian to Polish...you want it, it's somewhere around here! The Food Carts are sometimes individually owned and others are owned by restaurants who extend their 'food reach' outside their actual restaurants. Portland is the No1 city in the world for this style of food service and what a great idea they are - quick, tasty, quirky...Portland!
We then visited the biggest ...
- the capital is Salem
-important cities are Salem and Portland
-the year of statehood is 1859
-the state motto is she flies with her own wings
-the state flower is the Oregon Grape
-the state bird is the western Meadowlark just like Wyoming and South Dakota
-significant features are the Deschutes river, Salem, Mount hood, Portland state university and Portland.
- the population is 3,899,353
-Oregon is 98,386sq ...