Birthday, McMenamins, and Trains Trip

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Petite Sweet Bakery in Everett for breakfast

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Anderson School Theater movie preview (we watched Wrinkle in Time)

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Cajun Tater tots at The Woodshop

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Pinball machines at The Woodshop

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Industrial torch sculpture at Anderson School

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Pineapple Upside Down Cake at South Seas Pub

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Tommy Thompson painting in our room at Anderson School

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Patty Murray tribute at Anderson School (she was a student there)

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North Shore Lagoon

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Tommy Thompson information in our room at Anderson School

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Sazerac Cocktail from The Shed, a Shetland mystery novel and a comfy chair in our room at Anderson School

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Lighting and art in our hallway

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Grateful Dead lyrics in the Tavern on The Square

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View of The Shed from our room

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Taking the train south from Everett

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Old menus from the Olympic Club in Centralia

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Women’s bathroom sink at the Olympic Club

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Art in the Olympic Club Theater (we saw Peter Rabbit there)

We met up with my father and three of his cousins (Randy, Margaret and Leona) in Centralia which was really nice.

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Our hallway at the Olympic Club

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Taking the train over the Columbia River

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Union Station in Portland

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White Eagle Saloon and Hotel in Portland

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Very appropriately named room for us at the White Eagle

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Old Fashioned made from Special Reserve George Dickel whiskey at the White Eagle

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Drinking cider at Bushwhackers

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Rudy’s Pizzeria (great pizza)

Michelle DeCourcy and the Rocktarts at the White Eagle Saloon

 

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broder nord breakfast (truly amazing!)

 

broder nord ÆBLESKIVER and PYTT I PANNA

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ÆBLESKIVER and PYTT I PANNA

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Powell’s Books (went crazy there again)

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Bloody Mary at Zeus Cafe

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Pinball at Ringlers Pub

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Poster at a downtown Portland outerwear store

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Sunset on the train on the way home

I had a great birthday and completed a good portion of my McMenamin’s passport given to me by my thoughtful cousins Keith and Christina.

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2 Responses to Birthday, McMenamins, and Trains Trip

  1. Jeanne says:

    Oh my! That was quite the birthday trip! It must have been a whole lot of fun. Happy Birthday!

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