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    • Orenco Station Cyclery

      The biking population in and around Portland, Oregon is large to say the least. For many individuals residing in this gorgeous area, bicycles and public transit have become the primary…

      Written by Rick Sadle
    • Oregon City Sadle

      The East Coast doesn’t corner the market on history. Sure, the Western United States is relatively new in comparison and still being explored, but, the Lewis and Clark Expedition was…

      Written by Rick Sadle
    • OHS

      Any history buffs out there? Any history buffs out there tired of the “History” Channel not showing history but focusing instead on Ice Road Truckers, Rednecks, hunters, and unscrupulous pawn…

      Written by Rick Sadle
    • A Skiing Story

      When I was five I broke my leg skiing. Because of this unfortunate early life injury, I never really understood the whole “soaring down the mountain on a couple of…

      Written by Rick Sadle
    • Monteaux’s

      It’s nice to find a babysitter and go out and spend some time with the missus just one on one. But that’s not always possible—and sometimes it’s more fun to…

      Written by Rick Sadle
    • Kayak Class

      I’ve always wanted to Kayak but every time I’ve tried it, I have found it to be much more difficult than I ever imagined. I would look at those super…

      Written by Rick Sadle
    • Horning’s Hideout

      You have to be looking for it, Horning’s Hideout. It’s off the grid. The MAX won’t really get you close, TriMet will mock your efforts, GPS will constantly search for…

      Written by Rick Sadle
    • Hollywood Theatre

      My wife and I have unusual taste in movies and, while the library and Netflix often fulfill our movie craving, sometimes we want to see the action on a big…

      Written by Rick Sadle
    • Thanksgiving

      “Pass more of that turkey…” “Those mashed potatoes are to die for…” “Aunt Laura killed it with those yams again…” “No thanks, I’m so full…” These are phrases you are…

      Written by Rick Sadle