Monthly Archives: August 2016

A Day on the Oregon Coast

Oregon Dunes and surroundings Great day on the beach, ok, a little chilly with wind and fog. The trip over to the coast was pretty and interesting to see the changing scenery, from dry, hot valley’s, to┬árain forest, to large … Continue reading

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Crater Lake NP and a walk on the Toketee Waterfall Trail

Crater Lake and Toketee Trail Yesterday was Crater Lake NP day. A beautiful Oregon day with not a cloud in the sky. I had been informed by a reliable source (lady who cut my hair) to be sure and stop … Continue reading

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Mt. St. Helens

Mt. St. Helens   Mt. St. Helens erupted May 18, 1980 – 30 years ago. The date is important to help put the pictures into context, the landscape is now 30 years old. Thirty years seems like a long time; … Continue reading

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Blueberry Festival and Wine Tasting Tour

Sutherlin, Oregon Blueberry Festival and Wine Tour Peg and I have found ourselves in this wonderful spot in Oregon. Sutherlin is in the valley between the Cascades to the East and the Front Range to the West, south of Portland … Continue reading

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North Cascades NP, Smoke Jumpers Base, and Slate Peak

Peg and I are now in the Olympic NP area enjoying the 70 degree days and cool nights of the Pacific Ocean air. Before we got here we spent a wonderful two weeks in the North Cascades area at Pine … Continue reading

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