Monthly Archives: October 2015

Milo McIver State Park and Stone Cliff Inn. He Said Extra.

He said More scribble scribble scribble. Milo McIver State Park Pre-children we were reasonably active hikers. With age comes limitations, and one of them is a 5 or 6 mile hike is about my limit. Kerry suggested we try more … Continue reading

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Laurelthirst and Dusu Mali

She Said Tonight’s Agenda:  To Laurelthirst Pub to hear the  Dusu Mali Band Highlights: Mark’s bother, David, recommended we take a listen to this African band he’s been following.  I know very little about African music, so it sounded like … Continue reading

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Waiting for Godot & Double Barrel

She Said Tonight’s Agenda:  “Looking for Godet” at the Shoebox Theater and The Double Barrel Tavern Our evening begins at the Shoebox Theater for tonight’s performance of “Waiting for Godot.”  It is difficult to describe what this play is really about … Continue reading

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Mt Talbert and Pho Huy. He Said Extra.

He said Mt Talbert We live in SE, in Happy Valley., next to Pleasant Valley.  Oddly, the people in Pleasant Valley are happy and the people in Happy Valley are pleasant,  but not the other way around. Go figure.  I … Continue reading

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Cocotte & Ramble On

She Said Tonight’s Agenda:   Dinner at “Cocotte” and  The Band, “Ramble On” at The Doug Fir Lounge Highlights: Cocotte may be my favorite French restaurant in Portland.  It is a charming and unpretentious bistro that can rival with any of … Continue reading

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Postscript: 50th and Division Food Carts. He Said Extra.

He said Postscript. Always scribble, scribble, scribble! Eh, Mr. Crislip?  That’s me.  I tend to write where Kerry is in the garden;  we call it parallel play.  So I bet as this blog goes forward there will occasional entries by … Continue reading

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