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... 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 ...
After several weeks of running around it was nice to unwind at home. Got to hang out with my Mom and sister and probably ate my weight in garden ripened tomatoes.
Also had the chance to catch up with my wonderful college friends Pam and Nancy. We went out for happy hour and then I went home with Pam for a slumber party. The next day we ...
... then the initial overview we had driving into it. It looked like a lot of other cities but the buildings and atmosphere felt a little English(it is known as the city of roses). After exploring we walked out of a building and noticed a man staggering, hardly able to walk and trying to cross a road. We thought he was going to be run over and tried to get him help. A lady and her kids said they had seen ...
... Turns out, I have become the cookie baker for the farm, so whenever people want cookies, they come ask me. I had a nice skype session with my sister. We talked a little about the farm and about her regional Frisbee tournament. I made myself eggs for lunch and then a grilled cheese for dinner, which were quite good. I am hoping tomorrow will be a good ...
... in need of repair. The people were very kind and helpful - except when they are driving. We spent 42 days in Canada.
It was great to get back to the states, wide roads, and paved parking lots. But the Megalopolis from Boston to Baltimore was a challenge. The big problem is you can't drive from here to there. First you have a tangle of freeways and tollways and pay booths -- some times it is critical to get in the ...