Monthly Archives: November 2010

NaBloPoMo Complete!

What a relief.  I completed national blog posting month.  There were times (and I’m sure you noticed) when the thought of blogging was less than inspiring.  I had writer’s block, drove for days (which is not conducive to posting) and … Continue reading

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Let It Shine/Cape Blanco Lighthouse

The Cape Blanco lighthouse was built in 1870 with a light run off of lard from the nearby pig farm.  It has endured 179 mph winds during the famous Columbus Day storm in the 60’s and countless rainy days.  I … Continue reading

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Hole In The Rock

A few days ago my brother J and I went exploring on the beach again.  We drove down 101 south of Port Orford about 10 miles, abruptly pulled over on the side of the rode where you will see the … Continue reading

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Down By The River

Thanksgiving is an interesting holiday.  Oddly enough, it’s one of my favorites.  There’s something so low stress about it with no gifts or cards to give; however, as a vegetarian and part Native American the holiday also seems slightly odd. … Continue reading

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*Hasn’t God Been Good To Oregon?

It’s Thanksgiving, a day to remember all you have in your life and celebrate with loved ones.  There is so much I am thankful for today.  I have had one of the most interesting years in some time and I’m … Continue reading

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Salt And Pepper Beach

It was a rainy, dark day but that didn’t stop us. In Port Orford, you have to force yourself to go out and brave the elements.  It’s easy to get sucked into all day marathons of Millionaire Matchmaker with the … Continue reading

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Over The River

http://www.youtube.com/get_player Last night, my best friend of the past 25 years (give or take) invited me up to dinner at her new place way up the river.  It is a truly beautiful house with an amazing deck that overlooks a … Continue reading

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