Here are the Oregon photos from the recent trip as promised, with color(ful) commentary.
The Spruce Goose. Humongous airplane designed and built by Howard Hughes, whom was portrayed by Leonardo Di Caprio in "The Aviatior."
You already saw the Spruce Goose, and this is the spruce-lots of spruces actually. The Spruce Goose was constructed of plywood made from mostly birch and some other woods, including spruce.
"You done me wrong, Ralph. That was my nut, and now you gonna pay."
Beautiful, isn't it? That far rock is called "Frog Rock."
This cart does not, in fact, make a very good getaway vehicle for three distinct reasons. 1) It's freeway merging capabilities are dismal. 2) In off-road situations the lack of suspension results in the loss of a lot of cargo, including Jimmy. 3) That fancy rocket booster on the back is misleading; it's kind of a downer when you propel yourself off a tow truck with the ramp down only to discover that there is no red button in sight.
There was actually a peregrine falcon nested on this cliff with a nest full of hatchlings. But they could only be seen via telescope.
Well garsh, I'll be dadgummed if ole' Bessie don' look glad ter see meh th'smornin!
Tillamook cheese. Lots and lots of Tillamook cheese.
Stay tuned. Something I've wanted to do since starting this blog is in the works. My only clue: "Book Giveaway." (Yeah, that's not real subtle...) I'm not going to say what the title of the book is, though.
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