A Day in Chicago

Karen and I decided the other day that she would take a day off during the week and we would go somewhere.  Our original plan was to head to Indianapolis for a couple of days, spend the night, that sort of thing.  The dilemma… the pups.  We wanted to take them, and could have, butContinue reading “A Day in Chicago”

Rate this:

Pritzker

Pritzker, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. The Jay Pritzker Pavilion. An amazing outdoor concert area designed by Frank Gehry. The metal “net” over the lawn is designed to be a sound system. There are speakers attached to it all over. The idea is that you get the same sound, sitting out there on the lawn, thatContinue reading “Pritzker”

Rate this:

F Market

F Market Originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl The F line Street Car. We rode on one or two of these. Packed, yet awesome. The history of them, especially related to the city, is so cool. This is the last photo from our San Francisco trip. We didn’t have Rice-a-Roni, but we ate ice cream at theContinue reading “F Market”

Rate this:

Across The Street

Across The Street, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. This is the last photo I took on Sunday after the Bridge Pedal. The building across the street from the Deschutes Brewery.

Rate this:

Eastbank Esplanade

Eastbank Esplanade, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. OK, I admit it… I messed around with the color of this one. Couldn’t help myself. I ended up liking it though. I don’t much tweak my photographs, but once in awhile it’s fun to just play. The modern day dark room.

Rate this:

Steele

Steele, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. The Steele Bridge, which carries not only the foot traffic underneath from the Eastbank Esplanade to the West side and Waterfront Park, but it also carries the MAX light rail line as well. It’s an old bridge that’s still very much central to the city. Behind it you can getContinue reading “Steele”

Rate this:

Afternoon

Afternoon, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. It was so lovely walking yesterday. Afterward we went to Maggie’s for a lovely dinner and a viewing of the movie Mama Mia. If you haven’t seen it, do. It was one of those feel good films. All fun. Oh, and dinner was especially tasty as well. Thanks Maggie. YouContinue reading “Afternoon”

Rate this: