Looking up at Hillsboro’s civic center.
Sitting on the porch swing, I noticed the lawn I’d mowed a couple of days ago, the trees at the far end of the yard, and the blue sky. Ahh! :-)
After dropping Melissa off for a flight home, I headed back to the car through SMF’s Terminal B skybridge.
Another opportunity for a first day of school picture!
Woo hoo! Jamison is a Senior in high school. We’re so proud of him. :-)
Here’s to a great year!
Headed to longboarding class with Jamison last Wednesday afternoon, I looked up through the sunroof.
Ashley’s buying a camera seemed like a good excuse to roam downtown Portland. We wandered around Tanner Springs Park, Jamison Square, Pioneer Courthouse Square (where we caught an impromptu concert by Without Apology), Director Park, and The Fields Neighborhood Park. Then we walked the Eastbank Esplanade from the Vera Katz sculpture to north of Burnside and back.
Portland is beautiful! :-)
At Wi-Ne-Ma, a rocky sentinel guards the north end of the beach.
Another Faith Bible spring Winema retreat has come and gone. Both Suzi and I chaperoned this year. Before breakfast Friday morning, I took my regular walk to the rock at the north end of the beach. Unlike previous years, the sun didn’t show up. Also, the sand at the rock appears about a foot higher than four years ago.
We only have one more year at Faith. I hope I get to go to Wi-Ne-Ma again. :-)
Portland’s International Rose Test Garden is a beautiful walk from the NW 23rd neighborhood. I spotted this flower along the way.