Postcards

Hello friends from the woods deep in Oregon, can you hear the echo?  I wanted to share a few shots with you of my vacation so far and would feel amiss if I didn’t show at all to FF #29.  Angie and The Novice Gardener and all of our fellow co hosts (this week two of my favorite friends Jhuls and Selma) and guests have been such an integral part of my blog life and community; a constant source of laughter, knowledge and friendship.  I hope you all have a wonderful weekend.

Porches of Portland, Oregon:

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Pizza, Pork, etc. in Portland:

At Pok Pok:  Lap Meuang -- Minced Pork loin, intestine, liver, skin, blood -- More Next Week

At Pok Pok: Lap Meuang — Minced Pork loin, intestine, liver, skin, blood — More Next Week

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Roman Candle Baking Co: More Next Week

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Voodoo Donuts:  More Next Week

Voodoo Donuts: More Next Week

 

His Name is Whitey Bolger but we renamed him Uncle Chewy:  Deschutes National Forest -- More Next Week

His Name is Whitey Bolger but we renamed him Uncle Chewy

Amazing Quilts Made in Uganda Featured at Sisters Coffee:  More Next Week

Amazing Quilts Made in Uganda Featured at Sisters Coffee: More Next Week

27 Comments on “Postcards

  1. Sisters, Oregon is beautiful, green, clean and seriously high octane fresh air! Let’s move to where it is peaceful and sweet night time dreams move into the brain with full abandon! Out!☺️

  2. Sue, your eye and camera skills are really coming into their own – obviously the subjects are super photogenic (Hi Dapper Dan!) but your photos are just spectacular. Oregon looks so, so pretty – those porches, those colours, the quilts, Mr Chewy and that pizzeria…cannot wait until next week now…I see that Dapper is waxing lyrical about it – you may have to invest in a holiday house there! Happy Fiesta Friday xx

    • Thank you so much!!! You would love Oregon, it’s so green, so vivid, lots of good eats. It means so much to me to get thumbs up from you because I consider your aesthetics and cooking to be of a high caliber!!!!

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  4. So you are becoming an amazing photographer now, Sue. Your shots are stunning!! What more can I say?? Take more photos, please. And thanks for sharing these lovely lovely photos to FF crowd at FF29. I hope you have a lovely week. ❤

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