Motel 6 Portland North
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... competing everyone else. It is about working overtime, earning promotions, and developing the best recipe.
Both lives appeal to me in different ways. I think that Spanish, and European people in general, enjoy life in a way that we don't. I think being able to enjoy a simple sandwich and accepting things as 'good enough' is important and beautiful. They take the time to say, 'this is good, I like it, and I'm happy.' They don't get food to go, and they come ...
... The park was quiet and peaceful, and we sat on the bench for quite a while before reading about the innovative use of rainwater and native plants within the park. No wonder Kraig had recommended it - it was definitely his cup of tea. All of this touring around town had us thirsty, so we met up with Ross and headed across the river to Hair of the Dog Brewery. Their logo is a crabby looking bulldog with a cigar in its mouth, so I was ...
... fruits and vegetables, and had lunch at one of the booths. That evening she and I went out to dinner and had a fun time reminiscing and telling stories.
Sunday I listened carefully to my GPS and made my way down the hill to Aunt Anne's apartment and took her to Trinity Cathedral (further down the hill) which is her church and afterwards we met with a member of the staff. When I had last been in Portland, 2011, we had planned her funeral as a ...
We arrived in Portland on a surprisingly beautiful day, not a rain cloud in sight. Our friends Britt and Chris quickly set out on the noble mission of teaching us that Portland is the greatest city in the world. We filled our grumbling stomachs in their neighborhood of St. John's at a vegan spot called Proper Eats, which was properly amazing. It was around this time early ...
... or monopod – not around 5 ½ acres! This is an ongoing discussion between Steve and me as he bought me a “must-have” tripod in 2012 and it hasn’t seen daylight in all this time. It does TRAVEL well as I TOOK it to Chicago, downtown Austin and now Portland. But I never promised to USE it!! Oh well, maybe tomorrow! But I promise I will shoot in RAW, eating up my camera card ...