Monday, November 21, 2011

up to the mountain

I have a few blog posts piling up in my head. I've been pretty busy working on The Cedar Chest blog and updates. I've added a lot of new postcards and photos in the shop recently (including some Christmas postcards) and started a Facebook page. I hope you will want to check them out.

I have also been working more on the website for my dad's film and have created a Facebook page for Gifts of an Eagle, as well. 

I would love it if you "like" one or both of my new pages.

So, because of these things (and others) this blog has been a little ignored. But, I have posts and I need to get them out of my head and onto the computer. Here is a belated one.

At the beginning of November the mister and I went on a trip up near Mt Hood. There is a cabin we like there and we've gone to it a few times (if you're looking to go I highly recommend Mt Hood Rentals).

Here are some pics from a day that we went out for a drive. It was pretty clear weather when we were there, which was a different experience for us. It was neat to see it like that, but I kind of missed the snow.

First let's start with a nice breakfast at The Zig Zag Inn



Sometimes the Mountain would suddenly just show up as you turned in the road and it just took my breath away. So close and big. It was neat to see it so bare. We hadn't had much snow yet.

mt hood

We came across this meadow as we were on our way to find a lake we never found. It was just so pretty. All golden and secret the way it just showed up. The whole time we were there no one even drove by.



There was this little cabin that just made the whole picture perfect. Just like a Bob Ross painting.


meadow house

meadow

meadow

And more views of old Mt Hood on the way home.  Nice.

mt hood

This whole mountain is covered in snow now. There's been about 40 inches since we were there.




2 comments:

Jen said...

This reminds me so much of my trip home from PDX over the summer. Dameon and I kept stopping in these little pockets of amazingness for three days. It was magic.

Inspector Clouseau said...

These shots are just stunning. Wow!


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