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Monday, December 24, 2018
Another year of travel and adventure…
Sunshine, an old barn and dry pavement. An upside of climate change might include that January 1stis a good day for a little ride.
Pigeon Point Light Station in silhouette.
Discovering the place where old Willys Jeeps are born again.
Sand dollar and its track across the beach. Who knew?
Old Schoolhouse #1.
Study of a Lake County marsh.
Evidence of Bruce Wayne’s rather unceremonious demise.
Manzanar, again. Lest we forget.
Return to Simpson Camp. Will revisit with Mom in May 2019.
A full-to-the-brim Pinecrest.
All-too-frequent hillside scene #1.
The Painted Hills of the John Day Fossil Beds.
View from Wallowa Peak.
All-too-frequent hillside scene #2.
Old Schoolhouse #2. [Hells Bend School. “Gimme an H! H! Gimme an E! E! ... ”]
The family adds a new member.
People you meet on the road.
Into the Klamaths.
Art you can drive.
Going for a physical.
A perfunctory picture at Portrait Point.
Our carbon footprint gets smaller.
Shots of the Year:
3rd Runner-up: The cat who owns at least the barn – maybe the entire ranch.
2nd Runner-up: Shades of “The Great Escape.” Seventy-five years ago, people died trying to cross the Czech-Austrian border. We breezed through in a tour bus.
1st Runner-up: Enrico, the Yamaha, heads toward the Marble Mountains seemingly without me!
Shot of the Year:
Sunrise in Central Oregon.
Church of the Open Road Press