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30
Nov
16

patient angler…

Deschutes River (Oregon)

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29
Nov
16

leaning into history…

This old structure is East of Portland, Oregon near the town of The Dalles. The area is exposed to harsh winds and all the varieties of moisture the Pacific NW has to offer. Somehow the building still stands. We have been visiting this site for 35 years and little changes….a good thing.

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28
Nov
16

thinking back….

“Old empty chairs are not empty in reality; memories always sit there!” Memet Murat ildan

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27
Nov
16

rainy afternoon…

Columbia Slough, which runs along the North end of Portland, Oregon

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26
Nov
16

the rubber doesn’t meet the road anymore….

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25
Nov
16

do you remember lace curtains?

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23
Nov
16

morning light in the canyon…

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