Portland, OR Felix Wong

I initially went up to Portland, Oregon to run the Foot Traffic Flat Marathon and to watch some fireworks on the harbor later that night. As it turns out, I also attended the Waterfront Blues Festival (largest in the nation west of the Mississippi), had dinner with Bob and his sister Cathy off of Hawthorne street, and went to a 4th of July BBQ with Mike’s Team in Training triathlon group, I left Portland thinking that I could be comfortable even living there.

More photos are here from this particular trip. Check out my full report on Portland from a few weeks later.

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Elaina and a white '90 Spider.  "I don't get to drive it in the winter," said its Portland owner. Fountains by the river. Underscoring that this is a fit city, here are some guys doing pushups while a good-looking woman walks on by. At the Blues Festival, which I went to with Bob and his sister Kathy. The Willamette river. Downtown at the Foot Traffic store where I picked up registration materials for the Foot Traffic Marathon.

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