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I was on the kick of visiting as many countries as I could, but about a year ago decided that was silly. I should go places I want to go rather than going somewhere simply for the sake of saying I'd been there. I had been planning to island hop ...
... names of streets in Portland- something I'd always wondered if existed!
The book is from 1974, so it misses a big annexation of the farthest east stretch of town. It also leaves out my own street (Liberty!) which once had another name- it may have no story, but tons of entries were 'we don't know the story behind this' and in reference to changes during a couple of major renumbering events 'we don't know why it changed'. Turns out many streets are just named by what ...
... fight our way into Andina, a “nouveau Peruvian” restaurant completely sold out on a Monday evening. The owner, a small elderly Peruvian lady tells us (over a glass of Pisco sour) that when she opened the restaurant, she would pray for customers – uncertain how even Portlanders would take to something so “foreign”. The restaurant is now so hot, she tells us that they can barely keep up with demand and now she prays for quieter evenings and a few less ...
... faced in my 55 years. Running through my mind are thoughts of pain that must be endured, the fear of failure, and anxiety over the unknown. But then, I snap out of that mindset and lock into Tony Horton's mantra, "Do your best and forget the rest. Bring It!"
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To take advantage of the nice day we decided to do one more park before heading into the actual downtown. Mount Tabor Park houses a dormant volcano that is easily accessible by car or foot. We parked near the bottom and had a short hike up the path to the top. Nothing is really left of the place to signify that a volcano had been there so we just had to trust his brother on the explanation.
As the sun went lower in the sky our stomachs ...