OTM Inc goes to Portland
I volunteered this week to work on one of University of Washington’s fisheries research boats on the Columbia River this week – for no reason other than the lab manager is a fun and beautiful.
Since the manager knows my love for history, she booked our room at the Kennedy School in Portland. I recommend it to everyone.
This is a McMenamins, which are all around Oregon with a few more north and south. The Kennedy school was built in 1915 and was a school for most of its life and all the old-style charm remains. Each room holds a piece of the story. Neat.
Also spent some more time this week fitting parts for the We’re also still working on fitting parts on the Timber Heritage Association fuel injectors, using lapping compound and files. We also punched out packing, though we need a few new punches.