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... and coming home in the dark. Terrible for office workers. I can see why people buy those sunlight affected disorder (SAD) lights in Seattle and Portland. I would need a tanning booth sized light and a bulk purchaser rate from the Bonneville Power Administration. We met up with Paul and walked Sadie through their new artsy neighborhood near Albert Street. Lots of cool galleries and Mexican restaurants. Kate got home ...
... our destination. We took the MAX light rail first to an impressive steel drawbridge and then walked along the water to the Saturday Market. It was as expected: tie-die, arts & crafts and your token hula hoop "artist". Maggie doesn't exactly allow for many souvenirs, so I'll have to grab the wooden cutting board next time. Caroline wanted to impress us with Voodoo Donuts but the line was ridiculous at easily more than an hour. As tempting as a donut ...
... you dream a dream and realize it. Our dream was to hit the pick... We collected our crew, got some beers, booze, food and snacks and headed to the Pickathon music festival. A cozy family friendly festival of about 5000 people mostly camping, with rock, blues, folk and blue grass artists blessing our ears with their rhythmical melodies and poetry. The music was the perfect mix of chilled folk, rip roaring dancy blue grass and twangy blues rock. With some of portland's ...
... Bryan and I went to the Nike store. Not that it was any different than Niketown at home, but it's just one of those Portland things you have to do. The kids went to Powell Books and got some fun reading material -- thanks Adrienne and Chris!
We had a babysitter this evening and had a nice adult night out. The L'Hommedieus took us to a few of their favorite spots in the Pearl District. We had a wonderful evening with our friends. ...
... in the second half of the 19th century. However, not all was lost, as, over the last few decades, there has been a resurgence in miniature paintings in India.
And of course, nothing was simple! Before their use, pigments had to be prepared before they were suitable for use—finely ground, usually with ...
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