A city can remember its past in many ways from historic preservation and walking tours to memorial plaques and monuments. But then there’s Portland, Oregon where things are done a bit differently. Back in the day before hipster bicycles, Portlandians used to get around town on horseback. Many of the curbside iron rings for tying-up horses remain at random locations all over the city. Since 2005, the Portland Horse Project has been attaching small toy horses to these rings that has become part historic memorial/urban art installation/tourist attraction. And although there are occasional thieves, many horses are eventually replaced, sometimes with other animals like dinosaurs, pigs, and cows. So when visiting Portland, keep an eye out for tiny horses at your feet. And keep on staying weird, Portland.