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I am here and happy as can be! I got in pretty late last night compared to the schedule, but it all worked out. We met up with some of Tamyra's friends and it was a good time but we wanted to dance! We took a cab to downtown Portland and we went to a gay bar......it was amazing because I saw one of my really good friends in High School across the …
Our weather is strange this fall. Mornings can start out dark and wet and cold. And yet just after lunch, can switch 180 degrees and be warm and sunny and happy.
I've run the same train trip in sun vs. rainy vs. cold/cloudy, and by far, everyone is plain happier with warm and sunny (but of course, not too hot). I remember sitting all day in a cabin in ...
... Singapore, and Ubud Bali.
Now I have to get back into my HP Marketing role while Thomas and Colin enjoy another 3 weeks off. I just spoke to my boss about some new, interesting projects, so that should help make for an easier transition back. I am also toying with working some of this trip and some past ones into a more permanent blog on adventures in family travel.
... zone has been discontinued. I am shocked and dismayed. There are daily and weekly passes, and reduced rates for those 65+.]
- walking opportunities (Washington Park’s arboretum, riverside paths)
- many, many craft breweries, brewpubs and taprooms
- architecture, history (Oregon History Museum), public art
- cultural events and concerts, themed festivals, Portland Saturday (Craft) Market, Farmers’ Market in South Park Blocks
- Pearl ...
... cross the 't' in Tagore with a mighty swish of the pen, the Swedish Academy showed its appreciation for the "idealistic and accessible nature of a small body of his translated material" for which they awarded him the Nobel Prize in Literature, the very first for an Asian.
Tagore continued to travel and from all cultures he gleaned fresh ideas and depth for his beliefs and writings. In Japan he warned the people against the rise ...