Two items at the Mission Soledad. An example of the pottery done at the Mission and a statue of Father Junipero Serra.
Alameda St., in NE Portland, is a pretty posh neighborhood. I guess posh does not exclude being a bit different? The entrance door reminds me of a checker board. I am not sure why someone would place a life-size replica of a jockey on their property.
Piglet on a roof on Alameda St., Portland, Oregon. I’m not sure what, if any, is the significance of a cement piglet on one’s roof, but there you have it.