Tag: Oregon

A Look Back at Ashland, Summer 2014

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Jan 8, 2015
Posted in: Random Musings

  Yesterday afternoon, after a surprisingly productive few days, my brain broke and refused to yield one more word of content. I tried bribing it with promises of a new pair of jeans, but that didn’t work, and so I ate an entire half cobbler, thinking maybe that would do the trick. It did not,…

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Blue Star Donuts, Portland, OR

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Mar 5, 2014

My apologies for the quality of images in this post. Many of them were taken with my cell phone, because I was too busy eating to be bothered with my SLR.    I have been told on more than one occasion that I am not unlike a hobbit. I’ve always figured this was less to…

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Breakfast at Tasty & Alder, Portland, OR

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Mar 4, 2014

I have never believed in love at first sight, or the epicurial equivalent of it (love at first bite?) My brain just doesn’t work that way – it likes to take its sweet time in deciding how it feels about something. Rand and I dated for years before I realized exactly how much I liked…

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WTF Weds: Red Lobster Restaurant, Medford, OR

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Oct 16, 2013

– When I was a kid, my family went out to eat approximately never. My mother will tell you that it was out of frugality, because my family was broke (not in a depressing, Charles-Dickens sort of way, but a charming and somewhat hilarious let’s-throw-a-blanket-over-the-kids-so-we-don’t-have-to-pay-for-them-at-the-Drive-In kind of way). I’m sure our reluctance to eat out…

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Buttercloud Bakery, Medford, OR

Posted on
Oct 8, 2013
Posted in: Food, Restaurants

Rand had read about Buttercloud Bakery online, and decided we needed to go there for breakfast. This might have caused me to squeal a little bit. – I like having breakfasts at bakeries. I like having practically any meal at a bakery. Hell, I’m beginning to think that maybe we should have gotten married at…

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