Upside-down "S" righted, and noted
Also on Thursday, The Oregonian found the whole snafu worthy of mention as a "Keeping it Weird" item in the paper's "inPortland" magazine.
I confess to preferring the S upside-down — and keeping it weird.
From 1915 to 1928, the interurban Red Electric train passed through Hillsdale, now part of Portland. The trip offered a chance for passengers to share their views. My Red Electric blog is a vehicle for web travelers to do the same.