Portland’s Meier & Frank Building.
To celebrate Heather’s recent birthday, on Friday afternoon Heather and I went downtown Portland and walked around. We visited the cutest puppies at Pioneer Courthouse and walked around The Bite of Oregon to get to the waterfront. We walked by city hall, the parks, and into the Pearl. We found REI and window-shopped their bikes,… Continue reading Portland Walk With Heather
I’m not sure which versions I prefer. Do you have a preference?
Some may wonder why I love Portland so much. Finding Portland by Uncage the Soul Productions displays just some of the beauty that is Portland and its surrounding areas and is a good answer to those asking. Come and visit. Stay awhile. I bet you’ll fall in love, too. Hat tip: Rick Turoczy of Silicon… Continue reading Finding Portland: A Love Letter
It’s nice to see Portland getting some love from the biking community. Thanks, Kona Bikes! Hat tip: BikePortland.org.
We had a family day today, hiking at the Portland Audubon Sanctuary, visiting the Oregon Rose Garden, and capping it off with dinner at Old Spaghetti Factory on the Portland waterfront. Mmm…
I visited Salmon Street Fountain in downtown Portland during lunch to see the ROAM Velomobile Tour sendoff. BikePortland.org has more (and better) photos of the event.1 Velomobiles are amazing, sleek vehicles to see up close. My bike feels so clunky in comparison. As I was already in downtown Portland, I played tourist and took some… Continue reading ROAMing Portland
We took a walk around a small part of Portland this afternoon.
I’ve accumulated a set of resources on the SARS-COV-2 virus and COVID-19, the disease it causes. Dealing with the crisis Oregon COVID-19 Response Official Sources Coronavirus Rumor Control by FEMA Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak by the WHO Coronavirus (COVID-19) by the CDC Emerging Respiratory Infections: COVID-19 by the Oregon Health Authority Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 by… Continue reading COVID-19 Resources