Travel Blogs from Molalla
... strokes of a miniature painter, as that wasn’t true. The process went something like this: Many apprentices were put to work smoothing the leaves of paper for a master painter or even for the more advanced apprentices, because a smoother surface was absolutely necessary for the flowing line of miniature painting, ...
I'm now a published writer!
http://www.smartertravel.com/blogs/toda y-in-travel/how-to-plan-your-dream-trip -on-budget.html?id=13031249
Actually, I've been travel writing since spring, but since it's usually under the guise of 'content writing', it doesn't usually go under my own name. So in that, this is the first!
Since about April, ...
... experience. For the last part we will be rented a car and traveling to a very remote beach in southern Costa Rica. Just a tease…the road to our beach house off the main road is about 35 miles of unimproved road....estimated travel time 2 hours….really!!
You may have noticed that I titled this blog Pura Vida. Pura Vida literally means Pura = pure and vida = life, but ...
... right in town? And this place is more popular than Sunday morning pancakes. According to Oregon Parks and Recreation Department notes, almost a million autos went up (and down) over a two-year period. How many walked? Uncountable!
This 100-acre site was acquired by the city of Bend in 1927; Pilot Butte State Scenic Viewpoint, nicely bricked, nearly covers the top of the butte. Take your water; there are no services ...
... and pink sprinkles! Or Bob's favorite- the bacon maple bar- donut with maple frosting and bacon! Its awesome from the sweet and salty combo! We also took a great walk around a park that had a lake, and we saw a beaver! He was hanging out eating some sort of chutes of vegetation, and he was about the size of a groundhog, with a beaver tail! Now its late, and Bobbys zonked on Benedryl- ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed