Monthly Archives: May 2010

Silent Sentinels

The Napoleon 12-pound Light Field Cannons stand as “silent sentinels” for the Medal of Honor Monument. Continue reading

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The House on Hemlock Street

Steidel’s Art Gallery – the whimsical old house on Hemlock Street. Continue reading

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Pomeroy Farm’s Annual Herb Festival

The Pomeroy Farm’s annual Herb Festival features thousands of fresh herb and vegetable plants, live entertainment, vendors, hayrides, and a Farm Cafe. Continue reading

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Primo Pasta at Pastini’s

Pastini Pastaria in downtown Portland – good food, generous portions, and moderately priced. The perfect place for lunch or dinner. Continue reading

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Ilchee on the Columbia

Ilchee, Moon Girl, “had the power of a Shaman and she paddled her own canoe, the sign of a chief.” Continue reading

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Columbia River Gorge

My first trip through the Columbia River Gorge was a jaw dropping experience. Continue reading

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