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... with responsibility of organizing and facilitating the monthly meeting), board member of the Oregon Coast Military Museum (requiring much more time than I originally thought), member of the Siuslaw Genealogy Society, volunteer at the library to assist others with their genealogy, along with other civic involvement, occupied a great deal of time.
To complicate an already busy lifestyle, my mother-in-law suffered a severe stroke on February 27th. ...
... trip to Zarautz. Being at the concert, going to the market, sitting on the beach, going to the duomo, hiking in Cinque terre, it was all amazing. Better than I could've ever expected.
Now, in honor of Zak, I am going to do a rose and a thorn. My rose is when we were in Zarautz and I was sitting on top of a hill, watching a sunset and eating the fresh food that stoked had just made for us. I was able to look out at the beautiful town and feel so blessed ...
... in warm conditions with lovely food and tasty Oregon wine.
After a slow morning on Tuesday we headed into the mountains and drove along the McKenzie River. This part of Oregon is stunning. Heavily wooded forests with sparkling clear water. Peter drove us off the main road into sheltered nooks where camping in summer is popular. Some very pretty places. We stopped for a sandwich at McKenzie Bridge at a cafe called Inn at ...
On the way out of Corvallis, I headed down through Halsey to see my dear friend Jessi and her fiance Patrick (and the kiddos!) We got to walk through the mud and wrangle some baby sheep... messy business but they sure are cute. It was hard to say goodbye to the girls, I will miss them so much. One of the hardest choices I had to make about this trip was leaving before Jessi & Patrick's ...
... exemplified by the flourishing
Something that people may not know is that San Francisco sometimes feel like an
overwhelming place, crowded with choices. It is a hyper -city of
food and cuisine and fast track ideas. Tony Bennet was right when he
wrote and sang the song"I Left My heart in San Francisco". Better get used to hearing it from me!