The first stop is Hippo Hardware, a purveyor of antique goods: lots of skeleton keys, doorknobs and other fixtures.
Here is one of the hippos, having a grand time in the bath.
Wonder if these guys & gals know the Fantasia hippos in tutus?
Concert mural on the walking route.
This old warehouse used to be home to a Wheaties factory; it's now the Olympic Mills Commerce Center.
Last stop, a yummy grilled cheese sandwich at Bunk Bar and this mural of tumbleweeds in the desert (the opposite of a Portland landscape).
Note 1: All photos taken with an iPhone. Mostly no post-processing.
Note 2: Other stops, un-photographed but noteworthy: Steven Smith Teamaker for a rejuvenating cop of Lord Bergamot and Sheridan Fruit Company with (surprise) a three yard long glass case displaying more different sausages than you can think of, all for sale.
Note 3: Here you see that someone of advanced age such as myself is an Honored Citizen when riding the bus (to and from the walk's starting & ending points). $1.25 for 2.5 hours.