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I’m not the only one who sees faces in inanimate objects. There’s a museum of face rocks in Japan. Printmaker Tom Killion is opening his studio in Inverness, CA for the Thanksgiving weekend, Friday, November 25 to Sunday, November 27 … Continue reading
<<< previous day <<< I’d spent the night at the campground with the SRCC tour, and some of the club folks tried to talk me in to riding out with them for a bit, but I only had my mountain … Continue reading
Nirvana, Mecca, The City of Books! Call me hopelessly old-fashioned, but there’s something about the physicality of a book. Real life tangible object ink and paper. And a real store. Yes, the internet is so convenient in so many ways, … Continue reading
In addition to the elephant, there’s quite a variety of publicly visible art in Portland. Here’s a smattering of some of the cool stuff I saw.
Portland has a really vibrant street food scene. I don’t remember this from previous trips there, but it had been a while and maybe I just wasn’t in the right part of town on those trips. But in my wanderings … Continue reading