Here's The Cherokee Rose Inn. It's an arts and crafts style home from the early 1900s.
The living room and dining room are beautiful—she even has a baby grand piano. Sandy has a great decorating style—the perfect mix of interesting antiques and new items!
No trip to Portland is complete without a stop at the vegan mini-mall. This was my first visit to Portland in over a decade and N had never been, so we were pretty excited.
Food Fight of course was amazing. I filled a bag with hard to find vegan goodies right away. There were actually a lot of refrigerated items I would have liked such as nut cheeses that are exclusive to Portland. Unfortunately, we didn't think they'd hold up on the trip home and there was no time to eat them while we were there.
Sweetpea Baking Co. was adorable. I especially loved their scones—one of my favorite baked goods!
Last but not least, we visited Herbivore. I've been a huge fan of their shop since it opened ten years ago, but had only ordered online. I bought my first clothing item of 2013 (I've been really good). I love my new hoodie and know I'll use it for many years. It's super soft and made of organic cotton and recycled bottles.
|Image from Herbivore|
More to come on Portland soon!