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... br> Before I head off and crash out I have to give a shout out to Lizzie D's workmates who I hear have been having a sneaky peek at my blog during office hours! Hello guys, I'm glad you are enjoying my ramblings! And thanks to the people who have sent me massages to say they are enjoying reading this blog - it's awesome to know people are reading it and I appreciate your messages a lot. Off to bed with me so I can enjoy every second of Portland I have left. Nighty night folks!
... that it was soft and oozed along the path if you watched it. I gave it
a good poke and then we moved it out of harm’s way into some moss. The two
other slugs were enormous, long and yellow with black spots. They were sporty
slugs, speeding – as only a slug can – across the path as though they had
somewhere very important to be. I made good friends with these guys, one of
whom was completely non-plussed by my poking and ...
... we had a good at home dinner. The fish was really good! Tried to go to bed early but, as always, did not happen. Had a note from Saul and he was invited to work for the Northeastern Univ campus police. (He is now working for the NE Univ security force.) This will be a raise and a better job for him.
May 10th-Saturday—Up at 5 am so we can leave for airport at 7AM! We left here around 6:25 and were at the airport ...
... civilian aircraft. I was told that the Ford Tri-Motor was being prepared to be moved out of the museum by its owner and possibly flown. How exciting to know that a museum aircraft might be out flying around the country. I would like to see it in the air. The few miles to Portland were not fun. We spent almost two hours crawling through rush hour traffic including 30 minutes spent moving 1/4 mile to the off ramp to the hotel. If I were to do this again I would get ...
... which are nice to see. Some of the downtown streets sport perfect arches of trees which looks really cool against the backdrop of commercial infrastructure. The eco-friendly initiatives are everywhere. The solar-powered garbage bin compactors were new to me but make considerable sense. Less garbage rounds. We did some preliminary shopping which, let's be honest, is why we're here. Anything cultural or educational is a bonus but will not be willingly sought ...