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Facial Fuel Collection
- by Kiehl’s
- $8–36
- Available from Kiehl’s, 712 NW 23rd Ave

Kiehl’s products are a delightful gift for anyone, but Pops will be especially happy to add its ‘Facial Fuel’ line to his morning routine. These energizing products are made with citrus extracts, menthol, and caffeine to refresh and waken the skin, and have a light, masculine scent.

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Dude No. 1 Beard Oil
-by MCMC Fragrances
-Available from Nationale, 811 E Burnside St #112

The concept of oiling one’s beard may seem strange, but this concoction is more about about scent than anything. Dude No. 1 has a wonderful scent composed of cedar wood, green coriander, and pink peppercorn, and is a nice alternative to the department store fragrances everyone’s used to. The added benefits are that the oil hydrates the skin and does indeed help tame those unruly Portland beards.

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Three-year-old American Straight Bourbon Whiskey
-by Big Bottom Whiskey
-Available from several Oregon Liquor Sales locations. Check the website for listings of the store nearest you BigBottomWhiskey.com

Bottled in Hillsboro, this small company has a smooth, three-year-old American Straight variety that will delight any dad who enjoys fine bourbons. Feeling fancy? Try to get your hands on their two-year-old Port Cask Finish, which is incredibly smooth, but only available in limited quantities.

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Pour Homme Grooming Kit
- by J.A. Henckels
- $99 for three-piece set, $149 for five-piece set
- Available from Canoe, 1136 SW Alder St

Precision engineering and quality craftsmanship join forces to create one well-groomed dad. These men’s grooming kits come in two sizes and are a timeless and practical gift for Father’s Day.

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TrailBlazers 2011-2012 Season Tickets
- $440-$6,556 Tickets

Is Dad a Blazer fan? Surprise him in a big way with a gift that will keep him smiling all season long. Season ticket holders receive benefits such as savings off annual ticket prices, access to exclusive events with players and alumni, special offers and discounts, weekly promotions and rewards, and first ticket access.

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- by L.L. Bean
- $250 with stand
-Available from L.L. Bean

What could be more relaxing than a hammock? If Dad needs some R&R, consider a sturdy hammock from L.L. Bean, which offers personalization options and beverage-holding accessories. FYI – Hammocks made from polyester will resist mold more than cotton ones, and don’t forget the stand!

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Golf Gift Certificate
- Heron Lakes Golf Course, 3500 N Victory Blvd, Portland, Oregon 97217
- $26–48 per person
-Purchase gift certificates for tee times or lessons

If Dad is a golfer, he will love to play on the 36 available holes at Heron Lakes. Heron Lakes is nationally renowned for its two championship courses. The “Great Blue Course” was rated 4 Stars by Golf Digest ’s "Best Places to Play" for 2008/2009, and Heron Lakes was also Readers Choice Top 50 Public Golf courses by GolfWorld Magazine

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The Allure of the Automobile
- Portland Art Museum, June 11-September 11, 2011
- Admission is $15 per adult, with special rates available for students and seniors
-Tickets available for advance purchase

Delight Dad by planning to spend some quality time with him by taking him out to lunch and then to the Portland Art Museum for the upcoming automotive exhibit.

The Allure of the Automobile follows the stylistic development of cars through the decades and is the first exhibition to consider the aesthetics of cars in the context of prominent design movements such as Art Moderne and Postwar Modernity. Auto-enthusiasts can learn about the contrasts between European and American design, the influence of decorative arts, and the significant changes in automotive styling and engineering before and after World War II.

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