And now I have started to join the strips – maybe to result in a blanket
As freshmen at Middlebury College in the Fall of 1954, we all went on the “Freshmen Hike” up Mt. Moosalamoo. And we all enjoyed a picnic at the summit.
Photos of the Oregon Coast.
I don’t take many pictures in black and white but my favorites are from the Oregon Coast. A few years ago we took a trip down the coast in January, and stopped at Ecola State Park just north of Cannon Beach. The weather was windy and rainy but I’d never seen this view before and was determined to get some pictures anyway. I didn’t shoot them in black and white, these were the stormy conditions at the time!
We made a similar trip in June and it was just as stormy at Cannon Beach though this dog didn’t seem to mind.
Nor did my husband.
Down the road we stopped at the Yaquina Head Lighthouse – slide to see the original – prettier in color I think.
Finally I’ll close with a seagull who seemed happy to pose for me in black and white.
We’re already planning our next trip…
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Driving in Texas!
After I left the power plant and went to work for Dell on August 20, 2001, I wrote letters back to my friends at the plant letting them know how things were going. This is the twenty eighth letter I wrote.
04/11/02 – Evolution in Texas
My Sooner Friends,
Do you remember a long time ago, how there was this discussion about whether they should be teaching evolution in the schools? You know. There was an argument about whether God created the world in seven 24 hours days, or he made our world in some long drawn out process that took Billions of years to get to this point — since God created Time, and is not bound by it. – Anyway. I have found “Evolution in Texas”!!
This is not the same kind of evolution, but it may be something that happened in England many years ago. – I’m…
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