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WR 121 Essay #1

WR 121 Essay #1 - If a visitor or resident of Portland is...

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If a visitor or resident of Portland is looking for a nearby place to spend time outdoors on a gorgeous day, a trip to Pier Park, located in the historic St. John’s district of North Portland, may be in order. To get there, one must simply take Lombard Street west all the way through St. Johns. Sprawling across an impressive 82 acres, Pier Park has the space, activities, and varied terrain for any group of people. After parking, the first thing in view is a state of the art skateboard park. Constructed primarily of concrete, the park appears to have two distinct halves. On the left is a concrete sewer pipe with a diameter of at least twenty feet lying on its side. This transitions perfectly into a 14-foot deep empty concrete pool. On the right are two sets of rails that run parallel to each other down a slight slope and end just before a quarter pipe placed at the end. There is a sidewalk snaking away to the right that has concrete curbs on the outside of each curve. These curbs run gradually from sidewalk level to two feet
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