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Thanks for the pictures; I was visiting my relatives, who live a couple blocks away from the Thai place, this summer. Nice to see it again.

Jim H

There was an article in today's Oregonian about cycling here 100 years ago.


KD Web

" I was zipping by this guy as a passenger in a car (sad but true) and he had an impressive looking trailer."

That " impressive looking trailer " was hacked from a Airline Dog Crate! That bottom part mates with an identical top half and holds a wire door between the 2 halfs. That's size is for a big dog....think Lab!

digital piano

You share such a impressive pictures.The portal bikes are looks nice.I am so glad to see this pictures.

dog shop

It was such a nice experienced reading your post. It brings back memories, like the old photos here,riding a bike, places. ;-D

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