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Helping Keep Portland Weird
Thursday 14 April 2016   —   Category: Miscellaneous
After the thrilling encounter with the Unipiper at Portland’s MAX Orange Line Grand Opening in September 2015, I discovered on his Web site that I could buy a Unipiper sticker at Music Mil­len­ni­um in Portland.

When I looked on a map to see where they are located, I was delighted to find that I would be passing right by them on my 12½-mile hike on Burnside Street between Portland’s city limits.
Later in the month I popped into Music Millennium to buy the Unipiper sticker, and saw that they also sold a Keep Port­land Weird sticker, which is identical to the large sign painted on the west side of their building.

Since keeping Portland weird seems to be the Uni­piper’s mission, I thought that these two stickers belonged together, so I bought both of them.
The stickers look good on the back of my 2009 Toyota Tacoma. Now I can do my little part to help keep Portland weird wher­ever I drive my truck!

Shortly after I put them on, I was able to show them off in California on my ill-​fated trip to Cayucos in October 2015. Gotta do my part to spread the word!

The only comments I have received so far have been at gas stations here in Al­bany — they ask if I am from Portland. Nope! I’m just positively passionate about Portland!
For a list of all the articles and photo albums resulting from my exploration of Burnside Street, see Portland Burnside Adventure Wrap-Up.
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