|“WHEN THE COYOTES CRY YOU’LL HEAR THE CHINOOK WIND”, written by Mike Aspros.|
|“USE PINK SKY TO IRON WATER”, written by Amy Schutzer.|
|“OLD STONES GOOD CITY BONES”, written by Peg Butler.|
|In Downtown Milwaukie, near the Waldorf School on SE Harrison Street, a line written by local singer/songwriter Casey Neil is seen best from behind, which seems appropriate considering the line.|
|“EVERY DIRECTION LEADS US BACK AGAIN”, by Casey Neil.|
|A little further east on SE Harrison, this line written in transit lingo, protects a small creek.|
|“CLASS B CDL WITH P SAYS OK TO LRV TO SE PDX”, written by Andrew Quadri.|
The next two lines are installed facing the creek. Here’s their moment in the sun.
|“STEEL CABLES SOLDER THE SKY TO STAINED GLASS”, written by Ayelet Amittay.|
|“LOST IN THOUGHT A JOLT A BUMP A SMILE”, written by Kathy Butler Detaeye.|
On the next street to the south of Harrison, SE Monroe, I found one more line, slightly edited. The final one for the day.
|“ATOP AN OPULENCE OF STICKS OSPREY SPY THE RIVER”, by Kaia Sand.|