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Monthly Archives: February 2015
One of the things I noticed right off when we moved here were the daffodils – everywhere! They grew on the freeway median, along the roadsides, and in everyone’s yards.
Welcome to the new Wednesday format – Wordy Wednesday. This is the day I talk a lot – well – maybe just talk. It’s the day I’ll tell you why I love living in the North West, a green a … Continue reading
On this day in 1859, Oregon was granted statehood. In it’s early history it was a place for fur traders and other travelers living with the Indians and sharing their cultures. It was originally a territory owned by both Britain and the … Continue reading
If you happen to be out by OMSI and you like trains, there is a little museum that doesn’t seem to have a lot of publicity – The Railroad Heritage Museum.
My friend and I spent an amazing weekend together hanging out in Lincoln City. We stayed two nights and shopped, walked on the beach, ate, drank wine, had pedicures…..