Thursday, September 06, 2007

More to Love About Oregon

In the interest having time to get a whole lotta of other things accomplished, today's post is a photo collection of a few favorite Oregon moments and sights.
Many pictures; few words.


I love weirdness, like muscleman finger puppets from the gumball machine.


I love quilt shops and the beautiful examples they share. Quilted farm scene? Extra love!


I love that drivers in Oregon stop for pedestrians; ducks too.


I love that the blackberries were growing among this pine tree's branches and that it looked as though the tree were dressed for Christmas.
I am a sucker for those cute forest animal scenes in Christmas cards... little mice and bunnies sipping tea, hanging stockings, singing carols!


I love these three boys. They are a lot of fun everyday and maybe even extra wonderful on road trips.


I love sunlit daisy girls.


I love grandpas and grandsons, and exchanging new skills.


I love puppies. Free puppies. Cute curly haired, drowsy eyed, black, plump puppies. How did I ever get away?


I love slugs. Oh, come on!

3 comments:

  1. Everything's great, except I don't like slugs either. Yuck!!! Just the other day I was out by the lemon tree picking up old leaves to throw in the green garbage when I almost touched one. Ugh, ugh, ugh .. that's when I turn into the most girly girl and get a little on the squirmish side. Luckily I had on gardening gloves so it wasn't too bad. But yeah, count me out as a slug lover. :-) Looks like you and your family had an outstanding vacation back home.

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  2. What wonderful moments. :) I especially like the quilted farm scene! *awed by the quilt - didn't know that could be done*

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  3. I love it that your kids have so much connection with family and extended family - what great memories!

    That's one amazing shot of a slug. There's not much I hate more than slugs - ick!

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