Sweetpea Baking Company, which is part of the "vegan mini mall" which is a little strip of vegan shops. We ended up falling in love with Sweetpea and stopping in four times while we were in town. I don't think I took any photos, but I had two of their fruit strudels and they were AMAZING.
Herbivore Clothing. I have ordered stuff from them online before, and was so excited to go in the shop! They have their clothes, along with lines of hand bags, wallets, belts, cook books, cooking gadgets, pins, etc. So many cute things it was hard to pick!
this hat and a book about vegan Ethiopian cooking! I really want to come back during one of their big vegan festivals. We came in between their vegan beer fest and the big veg fest. Someday!
I wish I had gotten some of that mango cotton candy!
After we left there our destination was the Portland Saturday Market, which is a big weekly outdoor arts and craft market. I found the park it is in, and we parked. It seemed smaller than I expected when we walked up, and as we made our way down the first row of booths something was strange. Why were they all selling pipes? Were those grow lights? Ha! We saw the guy below walk buy in that pot leaf bath robe, then saw the banner. We were at the wrong end of the park! Oregon had legalized recreational marijuana a week or two before our trip so this was a little festival/rally. Oops! Haha! We asked some security people about the Saturday Market and they directed us to the other end of the park.
Always have to get a shot on the waterfront. We pointed out many dogs and pigeons.
Ah! There it is!
Saw lots of neat things. Look at his booth! Pretty cool.
I had to have one. I can play Mary Had a Little Lamb on it.
Beautiful flowers at crazy low prices.
We ended up really close to the original VooDoo Doughnuts so decided to try our luck again.
The walls were covered in glitter! Gorgeous!
While you wait in line, there are these racks of doughnuts by the open window. They smell so good!
I really loved the giant doughnut on the ceiling! So beautiful!