We're across the country, dealing with a death in the family. Also dealing with having to ship some bulky stuff back to Portland - including an expensive chair, a bike stand, artwork, and a pound block of silly putty. Hair is getting thinner. Please post your humorous/horror shipping stories, I need the relief.
Does anyone have a recommendation for a kid friendly restaurant that also serves vegan food? We are doing some stuff in Portland tomorrow, and we would like to eat dinner somewhere other than Burgerville.
Is anyone familiar with Ed's Muffler and Brake in Beaverton? Need a new muffler and a brake job on my moms car and I want to make sure they do good work and she`gets a fair price. Any other recommendations on the west side?
Allright, I've done my due dilligence in tag checkin' and using that handy dany search tool. NOTHING. SO, here's my query for all y'all - where's the best pumpkin patch in the general PDX area? Is it Sauvie Island or is there a different, better, cuter place to go? I have decided that I am going to, by jove, carve a pumpkin and don't want one from Fred Meyer/Safeway/etc.
who here works in a restaurant/service industry ? Raise your hands!