Monthly Archives: September 2010

DENVER: a Mile High

I made my way through the Denver airport, kind of muttering under my breath as I do when I am encouraging myself, or calming myself down. So often I have just latched onto others who look like they know where … Continue reading

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Back to Kelowna’s Hot summer sun

I flew back to Kelowna for a short period. The lawn needed mowing, gardens weeded, and  the shrubs enjoyed their watering. Playing in the garden grounds me and quiets my mind and this summer I needed these times badly. My … Continue reading

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Portland Pictoral

Walking through the Pearl District is a visual treat. Small shops, art galleries, furniture stores, small trinkets and high end items provide a range of experiences. I have seen this public fountain many times and there are always people gathered … Continue reading

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Must See Places in Portland

1. Stumptown Coffee is the best coffee I have ever tasted. Rich, layered and works the entire tongue. http://www.stumptowncoffee.com/locations 2. Willamette River Walk is a beautiful way to be part of the Portland life style: Play hard, rest later. Bicycle … Continue reading

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Portland Transition

Portland, river walk, farmer’s market, gluten free portland, tourism portland, kelowna artist, my eat pray love experience Continue reading

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Arriving in Portland, Oregon

My hotel was the Red Lion airport hotel and the price was right at 89 dollars a night. The downside was that I had to take the shuttle to the airport and from there take the Red Line to downtown … Continue reading

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Passing Moments

The baggage handler at the San Jose bus depot had a full arm tattoo that looked like a medical student had done it. All of his veins and muscles were revealed in ink. It was curiously repellent. Back in Portland, … Continue reading

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