These are my musing, thoughts, ideas, etc. around al manner of things. I don’t update as often as I would like to, but you may find something of interest here from time to time.
The Huntington Wagon Road
Sharing some pictures that show the really beautiful 1864 Huntington Wagon Road near Maupin Oregon.
You won’t find any signs or trails leading to this part of the old road, but there is a more easily accessible section of the road closer to Bend Oregon. You can find more information here on the BLM’s site.
Flowers in the Deschutes River Canyon
Exploring the hidden (lost?) sections of the old “Huntington Wagon Road” that was built in 1864 to connect The Dalles to Bend Oregon, we came upon some beautiful spring flowers that I wanted to share.
Updating your resume and project portfolio is really exhausting… How the heck did we get all that done over the last few years?
Did an overnight camp out and some exploratory day hiking this weekend on the Deschutes River. Followed the old railroad on the East side of the canyon. It was really lovely with big open spaces, high desert grasslands and lots of blue sky and sun.
This picture was taken with my cell phone from the campsite. Had not seen so many stars in forever.
That was unexpected. I suddenly find myself with free time on my hands.
Yep, I get it. I am being intentionally vague, but I have to be until I don’t…
Breakfast in San Diego
Jess found us a wonderful place for breakfast over in Barrio Logan, called Maggie’s Cafe. I highly recommend it. We are trying the chili relleno omelette and some other yummies.
Sometimes you score!
Do you know the way to San Jose?
Jess and I are on our way to San Diego. First stop, San Jose for an hour.
Thoughts this week…
“The spirit of resistance to government is so valuable on certain occasions, that I wish it to be always kept alive. It will often be exercised when wrong, but better so than not to be exercised at all. I like a little rebellion now and then. It is like a storm in the atmosphere.” – Thomas Jefferson 1787