And with each passing, I am reminded that I want to see what the church looks like from the street – not from above. Today, I was driving on the same ramp and took the next exit to find the church.
It was a gorgeous day, and I felt lucky to be able to get a good view of St Patricks Roman Catholic Church. It was built in 1889 and is the oldest Catholic Church in the Portland Metro Area.
It is a gorgeous piece of architecture. My picture taking aroused suspicion though which I found quite entertaining. The guy walked out of the rectory and kept kind of following me around the block. I found that entertaining because I was on the sidewalk across the street which is within my rights. Plus, it’s a historical site – someone taking pictures shouldn’t be unusual.
And, in my series of Garbanzo’s desk, I have a end of week 2 shot:
Per Garbanzo, “It’s not fair! I’m grading papers! Of course, it looks like this!”