I Live Here: Sarah Dunlap

I Live Here: Sarah Dunlap

Name & Age: Sarah Dunlap 31

Hometown: I have two hometowns. I grew up in both Jacksonville, FL and Effie, LA. I moved to Portland from Jacksonville.

Current Neighborhood: I guess it would technically be Humboldt. I always thought it might be considered the Mississippi area.

How do you pay the rent and what is your slash?  I own ApplePOPDesign which is a small Portland web design business. I also enter contests as a hobby.

What do you create? I create websites and I sometimes make short videos for contests.

How did you land in Portland? I came to Portland in 2006 with my partner. We have been together for 9 years.

What is the last book you read? Bake Sale by Sara Varnon. It is  graphic novel about a cupcake that owns a bake shop.

Name your favorite tattoo. I don’t have a tattoo. If I were to get one though, I think I would get an octopus tattoo.

What was the last thing you ate at a food cart? A gyro from Ugarit.

Oregonian, Willamette Week, or Mercury? Mercury

What is your favorite bridge and why? I like the St. John’s bridge. It is a beautiful bridge.

Stumptown Coffee or _________? Stumptown for me.

Coast or Mountains? This is a tough question. I will have to say the coast. I recently won a great prize from the Central Oregon Coast Association which included quite a few gift certificates to hotels and businesses along the coast so I have been spending lots of time at the coast lately.

Only in Portland moment? The first time I found the 24 hour church of Elvis.

A favorite local business? I can’t choose just one! I like Muddy’s Coffee House. I also like Supportland.

Are you a car person or a bike person? Both. I like being able to go to the coast on weekends but I love riding my bike too.

If you could change one thing about Portland, what would it be? I would change the weather so that it would be more sunny.

And finally, where can we find you on the web? www.applepopdesign.com

I Live Here: Sarah Dunlap

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