Discussion in 'Oregon FanForce' started by Bib Fortuna Twi'lek, Oct 28, 2001.
I'm a college student in Ashland, and I also live in Eugene when school is not in session.
I live in West Linn, a small town near Oregon City.
I live in SE Portland near the Hawthorne district.
I live in Portland.
Albany next to millersberg, you know, the stinky place
North Portland, smack-dab in the middle of the ghetto.
I live in Bend Oregon And I love portland to I really wish fanforce would put this as a fanforce city.
I Live in Beaverton (Moved out here mid September, got back into the JC mid november)
But, the welcome to Hillsboro sign is east of my apartment complex, so its barely Beaverton.
I live in Salem, but will be moving to Albany soon.
I live in Vancouver!
I live in NE Portland.
Portland, officially. Beaverton, really.
I live in Keizer, right next to Salem
Hillsboro... but officially Beaverton... in a trailer park... by choice... it's cheaper than and apartment
I also live in SE portland. down the street from hawthorne.
My dad grew up in NE Portland, he's turning 60 on the 22nd anniversary of ESB, the 21st of May. He has lived here his entire life. The difference being that he grew up with 7 other brothers and sisters, some adopted, some not, a few retarded even, and he started his own real-estate company decades ago, then Regent: Assisted Living (RGNT), a publicly traded company (albeit not for much now, but he does well). So, we are way out here in the country basically now, still in Portland actually, but far up on Skyline where you can get a great view and also get 40 acres, something impossible to do in the city.
Beaverton is where I went to high school, Jesuit High School actually, the rival of Beaverton HS. I go to Beaverton fairly often, to the Fred Meyer or Target or whatever, and I go to Evergreen Parkway 13 primarily, sometimes Movies on TV, occassionally Tigard 11 where my best friend lives, basically (he is 1/4 mile away or so).
Sounds like there are enough people fairly close, although Albany, Oregon City, etc. are not that close. A bit farther away.
Forest Grove is where I call home.