I miss Oregon. The mix of clean water, rainy days, and the best beer in the nation is something that can’t be imitated anywhere else. To feel a connection to the state that formed me, I’ve linked to Powell’s before when citing a book or making it accessible for readers. I did this partially because Amazon troubles me, and partially because, as an Oregonian, the City of Books reminds me of home.
Since I’ve already been linking to Powell’s, I’ve decided to join their partner program.
Here’s what that means for you.
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