Spectacular storm clouds are rolling through this Christmas weekend in Oregon.
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.
This past weekend, I attended the Wine Blogger’s Conference in Portland, Oregon. As part of a wine excursion, I visited Willamette Valley Vineyards just south of Salem and snapped this photo as the sun was just beginning to set. For more about the wine conference, check out my wine blog: Oregon Winette.
Heading southeast out of Anchorage along the shoreline, the road twists and turns following highway 1. This is the road to Seward. Highlighted by mountains jettisoning from glistening glacier carved inlet known as Turnagain Arm and lush marsh lands, this scenic drive is a beauty to remember.
My nephew checking out the high-flying views on his first plane trip to Wyoming. I am out in the great west countryside this weekend to celebrate my Grandmother’s 80th Birthday with family. More photos to come!
Need a little pick me up? How about this song by Need to Breathe, “Washed by the Water.” Enjoy!
Photo from my Summer 2010 Road trip to Wyoming. A sudden rain storm greeted us as we rolled into Jackson.
“There is pleasure in the pathless woods; There is rapture on the lonely shore; There is society, where none intrudes, by the deep sea and music in its roar: I love not man the less, but Nature more.” -Lord Byron
Wander the weaving trials at Mount Pisgah just a few miles south of Eugene, Oregon to gaze on the beautiful signs of spring.
Awww….spring time is here! This means I’ll be spending lots of time with this green view.
Out for an early morning run, I stumbled upon this early spring tulip waiting in the frost for the sun to warm it to open. Photo taken with my iPhone in Eugene, Oregon.
A huge hail storm roared through Eugene last week leaving the ground covered in these little white ice balls. It reminded me of those Dipping Dots Ice Cream!