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... worn them really about the same,
And both that morning equally lay In leaves no step had trodden black. Oh, I kept the first for another day! Yet knowing how way leads on to way, I doubted if I should ever come back.
I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.
... out the sheep area. Mucking out this area consisted of using a pitchfork to unearth old straw and sheep poop. It smelled terrible. I was then pulled away because I was needed to help fix a hole in the back of the sows pig pen, where a sow actually got out. Luckily, the sow was lazy so didn’t go too far or try too hard to evade us. Finally the day was done. We made pizza again for dinner, and of course it was ...
... by. We jumped in the shower and then swung by Chris' for laundry, then to dinner at Podnah's, an amazing southern BBQ place. A perfect birthday dinner with friends, which would only have been better if Eli had coordinated with Dave Levine and Meli to join us... Big mistake! Huge! On return from dinner for an early night, Eli found Dave's messages... With no connection while in Crater Lake and the Redwoods, we didn't know they had come to town to help celebrate ...
... there is no middle class in society...something we hope australia will never understand. We started the day slow by first heading to Portland's Saturday market...which also happens to be open on Sundays. On the way we stumbled upon the iconical Powell's bookstore. This is still a family owned business and it seems to contain any book or book like item (comics etc) known to man. Now when i say big i mean this store is the size of an entire city block. The store has a ...
... walked the streets we saw party bikes where a group of 16 or so would pedal while drinking and touring the area. One of the groups we saw was a bachelorette party. Everyone seemed to be having a blast. One down in the Pearl District was called Brewcycle. That area is near the Pittock Mansion. There was another one in the Mississippi area, but I forget the name.
I wish I had more meals to eat in Portland. I never got to eat at the Waffle Window. This seems like a significant ...