Monthly Archives: June 2012

Lots of Grapes

When I was a little girl hearing the stories of the spies checking out the promised land, I envisioned them carrying clusters with grapes the size of basketballs. Could you imagine trying to take a bite? The grapes in the … Continue reading

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Blockin’ out the Scenery

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The Well-Traveled Snuggie

My brother , Dustin, and his wife, Traci, gifted us with the ever-popular, as seen on TV Snuggies for Christmas. The box indicates that it is the perfect garment for nearly any environment. We put it to the test. Columbia … Continue reading

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sEWER Here

We find that wherever we go, there we are. Several years ago the Family started chronicling their travels with a unique postcard image. Not every family name lends itself to such meaningful representation. Crater Lake Brookings Redwood Forest Napa Valley … Continue reading

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Fortuna

I had this great idea that it would be good to stay two nights somewhere and take a day off the road. I thought we could enjoy some local restaurants and attractions. Now, imagine someone is traveling through the great … Continue reading

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Snow in June!

I hadn’t expected Crater Lake to be so impressive. The snow really served to accentuate the crystal blue of the water. We watched a great video about snow removal and were thoroughly impressed with the amount of work that is … Continue reading

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Oregon Coast

We have been thankful to find some available grills for cooking our own food a couple of evenings. Cooking on the beach was great. The only down side was the hungry sea gull that came along and snatched my uncooked … Continue reading

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