Wonder in the Woods

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Train Trip

Chandler and I went by rail to Portland. We met up with my friends from high school and I haven’t seen them for 25 years! Has it really been that long since we were seniors in high school? We had fun browsing the Portland Saturday Market, Skidmore Market, Voodoo Donuts, and Pioneer Place Mall.  I took pictures of The Pioneer Courthouse.  I am still in awe of the old halls of justice, even knowing that it doesn’t always work out as it should.  The train was lovely to ride and I have never been so relaxed or had so much fun in Portland. I am planning another trip!

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2 comments on “Train Trip

  1. Kari
    December 19, 2013

    Thanks for sharing. The pics are great! It was a great time and it was awesome to meet Chandler. Start thinking about a time in the spring for a photog trip!!

  2. Wonder in the Woods
    December 19, 2013

    Thanks! He had a lot of fun too. :) Spring sounds good! Thanks for having us over to your house too. It’s such a charming house!! :)

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