Portland’s city lights reflecting in the Willamette River. This photo was taken with my iPhone while on a run along the river bank trails.
En route to wine country near Eugene, Oregon, fall foliage colors have started to pop. With glowing browns and golds, the countryside makes for a beautiful sunset drive this time of the year.
Biked 30 miles today!! woot woot. That’s my best yet in prep for my three day bike ride at the end of the month. The legs felt good but my shoulders and neck started to ache about half way through, I will need to work out some serious kinks tomorrow. But for now here is the photo of the day from my sunset bike ride last night.
After ten years, it still feels like yesterday. I can remember where I was, the time, the news, and the entire day as I believe most people can recall. So in memory, here is today’s photo of the day.
What do you remember most about 9-11?
My family came to Eugene to visit this past weekend. Meeting my Grandparents. My grandma was a nurse, and my grandpa…well, he was a cowboy. He grew up on a Dude Ranch in Wyoming – yes those really did exist.
Pool is closed for the summer, yet Eugene is experiencing some of the hottest weather so far this year. So instead I have been reading down by the Willamette River. Snapped this shot the other day when I was just lounging with a good book in the river bank grass. Kicked off the shoes and enjoyed the light breeze.