That's the idea, at least. I'm walking westward from New York City for nine months or so.
If everything goes according to plan, I'll be in Oregon when the clock runs out.
If nothing goes according to plan, maybe I'll end up in Peru or Mongolia or Pennsylvania.
You can read all about the details of my trip
if you're so inclined.
chicken with pink feathers==hummmm. I think Iwould have to pass on this place.
That’s called a flamingo. :(
I believe it would be a gamble to go into this place. You might get tickled with a pink feather from a chicken or cow? Did I say cow -MOOO!
Don – just remember…being tickled by a feather is sensuous; being tickled by the whole chicken is downright kinky lol
I used to live near here on Division, but that was a different lifetime it seems.
As you all have seen from some of the previous pictures we Oregonians do live in a very beautiful part of the world. Portland is beautiful also, but like many big places it does have its uh….. not so nice places. We also have an element here who want to “Keep Portland Wierd” You can see they are succeeding.
Ah yeah I’d say so also by the looks of these photo’s.
Matt, did you step into the seedy part of town here? What’s next? I mean after pink feathered chickens and steak I don’t think I could handle much more. lol.
our opinion by the name…..go go bar. Gentleman’s club…..Am I correct???
Nope…”family restaurant and lounge for over 50 years” Check it out: http://pinkfeatherrestaurantandlounge.com/
wow… I was with Jeff on this… thought it was a Gentleman’s club… interesting…
I wonder if they lay colored eggs in time for Easter or better yet what color is the yolk??
Division is a major road through Portland. It has lots and lots of business’ on it. As most cities do. He is not on one of the nicest streets. Division does not divide Portland, Burnside does that. Frankly, there is no streets that are beautiful coming into town. Unless he heads way south into Westmoreland and Sellwood area. He might cross the Sellwood Bridge, but then he has lots of hills to go through. Portland has lots of hills.
I wonder which scared Matt more: the wildlife in the wilderness or the wildlife in the city?