She knew we were going somewhere good, so he gave me the puppy-dog eyes and begged to bring her with. I can't resist these two and their four eyes (six, really — he wears glasses), so I said okay, c'mon, let's do this thing people.
We headed out to Multnomah Falls, along with half of Portland. Don't you love that you can get coffee at even our natural attractions?
It's so, so green there. A million different greens in each square foot.
It's what an ant must feel like, making its pilgrimage across the forest floor below a cathedral of green.
Here's the house I want to live in when I grow up. It's on the side of the old highway, just sitting there right on the road, looking pretty. It's just sitting right there! It's the cutest house in the world.
Man, that's a cute house.
If you read this blog via Bloglines, you'll probably notice that I've been trying to re-categorize all my entries. I'm hoping this will make it easier for people to find things here. I'm also going to make my existing FAQ more comprehensive and hopefully assuage some questions that I get asked regularly. I worked on re-categorizing things for several hours last night — it's amazing how the days, meals, projects, and places add up. I'm only a fraction of the way done (just warning you — sorry!). This is the Columbia River Gorge from Crown Point, and you'll now find it under "Portland and Oregon."
And just for good measure, "Pets."
Though maybe I should have a category for just plain old "Too Stinkin' Cute for Words."