Thursday, April 14, 2011

goodbye oregon

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It is time to say goodbye to Oregon. And as sad as it always makes me, I am also excited because we have some big plans, opportunities and dreams brewing that just might get us back home to Oregon sooner than later. But for now I have got more than enough on my plate to keep me busy, inspired and thankful! It is back to Southern California and back to some MAJOR deadlines and creative work.

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11 comments:

  1. beautiful...thanks for sharing

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  2. Gorgeous photos. Makes me want to visit Oregon.

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  3. Thanks for sharing - you reminded me of our road trip from Southern California to Olympia, via the Oregon coast and the rain forest. We had such a great trip and can't wait to repeat it.

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  4. It'll be sad, as bad as the weather can be, it is beautiful up there! Hope you can get back soon! Good luck in your new adventure!

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  5. Alyssa7:58 PM

    gorgeous photos! I am reminded of my trip to Oregon last summer. I would LOVE to go back. No wonder you love your home so much!

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  6. looks like you had a wonderful time

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  7. Stunning photos ... and Southern California sounds warmer! Hope wherever you are that the creative juices continue to flow. :)

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  8. beautiful pics, thanks for sharing

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  9. Happy Easter holidays and happy Pascua!
    A greeting.

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  10. Seaside! Love it there! Its like my second home :)

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  11. Your photographs are stunning!
    I hope you visited Waves of Grain Bakery while in Cannon Beach. Although I'm prejudiced because my son & daughter-in-law are the bakers, I think it is outstanding. I regret living across the country from the Key Lime tarts and Ginger Molasses cookies!

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