Econo Lodge Southeast
17330 S.E. McLoughlin Blvd.
Milwaukie, OR 97267
Phone: (503) 654-2222
Fax: (503) 654-1300
Outdoor people know this store well. For starters, it boasts of an enormous array of fly-fishing gear, including waders, reels and rods. Check out the outdoor apparel including hats, clothing, fly vests and shoes. You will find unique gifts and luggage, and a fine selection of Orvis products. The expert staff offers fly-tying classes and guided trips to nearby lakes and rivers such as the Deschutes River. Order from the Orvis catalog or online. Better yet, get the full flavor of the store by stopping in today.
Do not give an ordinary gift when a personalized, engraved gift will make it extra special. This place provides scads of engraving options for any item you choose. Have a name or sentiment etched onto a glass beer mug or onto wedding toasting glasses. Get metal engraving for clocks, door knockers and key rings. The staff will even personalize T-shirts, blankets, hats and more with silk-screening and embroidery. If you are still undecided about a gift, choose from the unending stock of mugs and other gift items.
The name says it all, but that is only the beginning. Fresh flowers, particularly exotics, are this cheery shop's theme. Hop on Interstate 5 and travel the short distance to Lake Oswego. Radko handcrafted ornaments will set your holiday decor apart. R Bloom's even carries lovingly detailed Habersham Plantation furniture, which is anything but mass-produced. Check out the enormous selection of collectibles, antiques and artwork.
With easy Interstate 205 access and plenty of parking, this strip mall, neighboring Clackamas Town Center, features an abundance of shopping pleasure. Mostly discount-oriented, the largest stores include Target, Nordstrom Rack, Mervyn's and Gart Sports. Olive Garden and Starbucks are a few of the many places to grab a quick bite. You will find jewelers, salons, shoe stores, home decorating stores and specialty stores added into the mix. A multitude of professional services is also available. Hours and credit card acceptance may vary by merchant.
The usual stores can all be found at this mall, located at the crossroads of Southeast Portland, near Interstate Highway 205. The center has an airy, open food court. It can get crowded, but with 200-plus stores, die-hard shoppers will not mind. If you cannot find what you are looking for here, try surrounding stores and strip malls or Mall 205. Nearby Southeast 82nd Avenue is lined with even more stuff, but mostly fast-food chains.
Sunny Corner Market, located in Hector Campbell, is a bustling flea market which provides shelter to thrift stores and vendors selling antique items. You may also find second-hand furniture which can pass to be as good as new. Don't forget to bargain as this flea market is where you'll find branded items at a budget price.
These colorful, vibrant patterns keep alive the rich culture and history of Northwest Native Americans. Inspired by those people and their arts, Pendleton Woolen Mill Store offers beautiful robes, shawls, and blankets, plus pillows and other woolen products. These goods are not only appealing to the eyes, but warm to wear or sleep under. Browse here, and you are sure to find items to take home or to give as gifts. Produced since 1909, these woolen goods make wonderful souvenirs of Oregon.
From delicate chinaware, paintings, grandfather clocks to rustic pianos, there is nothing you won't find at R Spencer's Antiques Inc. Tucked in a quiet neighborhood next to Sellwood Public House, this antiques and collectibles emporium is a must-stop for every art enthusiast and collector. Every item is original and unique, and comes with a fair price tag; plus someone from the knowledgeable staff will always help you if you are curious about the provenance of any special piece.
A landmark in Portland, this district houses one of the best vintage stores in the city. The antiques that are sold here make for spectacular collector' items. Shop at the Sellwood Antique Mall to pick up a few items or browse through the numerous small stores for some worthwhile products. There are trendy boutiques too offering premium products along with plenty of organic restaurants and coffee shops. While some of the antique stores here have forayed into newer business propositions, there are still some vintage stores that must be browsed.
On your quest for antiques and everything vintage, don't forget to stop by Farmhouse Antiques, a small store in the Sellwood area popular for its diverse collection of rare pieces. The vast treasure encompasses collectible glassware, Victorian plates, Griswold cast iron kitchenware, postcards, fine accessories and trinklets from different parts of the world. Customer service is friendly and prices are grounded compared to other stores in the vicinity.
Fill up your wardrobe with socks and accessories that you'd want to flaunt while also keeping your feet toasty warm in Portland's weather by shopping at Sock dreams. Located in the South side of Portland in the Sellwood-Moreland neighborhood, this sock boutique is a one-of-a-kind store where you will everything from the sock universe. Whether lace is your thing or woolens, or fancy stockings, they have more than a dozen varieties in each collection to choose from. Besides socks and stockings, they also specialize in accessories like garter belts, tees, washing supplies, designer gloves and arm warmers. You will never say again that socks are merely part of your wardrobe!
This is not just another stop on the Sellwood District's "antique row." True antique collectors will not want to miss this shop. Whether you have a child who is into old-time toys or you collect them for yourself, plan to spend hours going through this store's selection. The bright shop also features the usual selection of antiques, from the junky to the rare, high-priced items. If you do not find what you are looking for, an abundance of other antique stores awaits you down the street.