On the road again! I left the Pacific Northwest on Monday morning, the day before yesterday, finally hooking up my Li’l Homey and hauling it out of Mackenzie’s driveway, and heading off into the sunset. Well, ok, the morning sun.
Ok, I know, I know, the adventure is really ongoing, since it, the adventure, already started a long time ago. But every time I leave the Portland/Vancouver area, I feel like a new adventure is about to begin, which, of
About an hour east of Portland, Oregon, lies the Mt. Hood National Forest, close enough to the Big City to provide easily-accessed year-round outdoor activities including (just to name a few) hiking, camping, fishing, boating, climbing, and white-water rafting in
I recently had the pleasure of spending several days in Mt. Rainier National Park. What an incredible place! It was also the first opportunity I’ve had to use my brand new Senior Pass for entrance into National Parks – and
I’ve been house- and dog-sitting this week in Portland. I love Portland, Oregon. Kinda the big city and kinda not. Always a lot of activities going on all the time, especially during the summer months. Never a dull moment! And
I take pictures of feet. Mine. People around me. It doesn’t matter – I like taking pics of feet. Actually, I just enjoy taking pictures of all kinds. I’ve never really called myself a photographer but I’ve been taking pictures