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  • Park Lanes

    Even though I stink at it, I really like bowling. Sure, my average game is around a buck twenty-five, sure, I’m lucky if I can bump that up to 150…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Natural Beauty

    When you live in a treasure trove of natural beauty, as Portland, Oregon is, you just want to be out and enjoy it. Sure, we have some cold, rain, and…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Beer & Wine

    While we Oregonians, and Portland residents in particular, are known for being a friendly and tolerant bunch, we are also known for our beer, wine, and food snobbery. It’s nothing…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Young Art

    With all the talk of defunding the NEA, school budget cuts which eliminate or decrease access to arts classes, and a focus on hard academics over creative ones, many folks…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Charter Fishing

    Fishing I one of those things that I really want to get into but end up being frustrated by. Getting up before its even light out, donning a bunch of…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Brooklyn

    What if I told you that you could live in Brooklyn without packing up and selling your belongings, changing time zones and jobs and saying goodbye to your friends and…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Big Hunt

    If you know, or have learned anything about me because of reading these blogs, you would know that I love Portland, Oregon and that I am obsessed with learning all…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Trees

    Sherwood, Oregon. A suburb of Portland filled with loping green hills, stately trees, pleasant, upper middle class homes, and valley/mountain views that will take your breath away. As the Gateway…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Exotic Animals

    Portland, Oregon—the whole Northwest really—is a haven for natural beauty. From splendid pine trees to bulky deciduous trees, to mountains that will drop your jaw, and bodies of water that…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Camp Dakota

    An unusually harsh winter in Portland, Oregon is winding down. If you’re anything like me, you grew weary of the snow after the first week and spent the rest of…

    Written by Rick Sadle