A wishing tree in northeast Portland. Stop by and make your own wish, or just read what other are hoping for.
Have you ever seen this? I visited the NE Portland Wishing Tree for the first time yesterday. This is the type of stuff I love about Portland. Little surprises when you’re walking down the street. This is at NE 7th & Morris. It’s just a tree in someone’s parking strip that they’ve turned into something special. They leave a supply of tags and a sharpie on one side and ask you to write your wish down, anonymously, then hang it on the tree for all to see. I was hoping to put up my own wish, but they were out of tags the day I was there.
Even though I couldn’t participate, it was fun to take a couple minutes to read what others are wishing for. World peace, babies, health, boyfriends, money, and my favorite, a transporter! It was a nice little spot. If you are in the neighborhood, stop by and make your own wish.
THE WISHING TREE
NE 7TH & MORRIS, JUST DOWN THE STREET FROM IRVING PARK