I found this illustration in a book entitled This is Portland, 13 Essays about the city you've heard you should like by Alexander Barrett. Excerpt out of it "When I asked him how many people from Ohio live in Portland, he said "I think about 90% of the population."Meet my skinny jeans, size 30R.Signs of spring are indeed out there!
My pups on a little side trip to Frog Lake. The building in the background is where I live. Whenever I take the pups out at night, I can hear the sounds coming from a family of frogs. You see that covered fence (kinda dark, I know), well I can't see it from my side of the street. Now that me, Toderrick and Bruce are on the other side of the fence, I think we have found where these frogs hang out at. But what do Toderrick and Bruce care about them frogs, in this shot, they are like mesmerized by a Canadian goose puddling around in that pool of frog-infested water! Ribbet, ribbet.
I was showing Steven some of the photos I snapped yesterday on my cell phone and he was like 'well that's just the back of your head silly?' I look at it and see that my hair is getting long again! I'm going for no bangs and long hair again look. Yeah, you know me, always changing it up on YA!
Yesterday afternoon I visited a colleague over at The Standard building. On top of this building is a weather beacon and a Portland landmark for more than 50 years. While I was waiting for my client in the lobby area they have these black and while trifold information packets on 'the History of the Weather Beacon.' Below is a photo of the 1950 weather indicator panel.