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My dad used to go up this mountain as a child. I know it looks cold, but it usually isn't this white or snowed in. I hope that we get to see sights together. I've seen so many and yet so few in the whole measure of such beautiful sights and I want you too see them too.

Multnomah Falls - Portland, Oregon It's such a beauty in person!

Stone House (aka Witches Castle) in the towering pine trees in Forest Park, near downtown Portland Oregon. Covered in green lichen, moss, and ferns. An abandoned structure from the early-1900's.

Mt. Hood, the Willamette river, and the freeway interchange viewed from the west hills of Portland, Oregon • photo: bnzai9 on Flickr

Over the Willamette Portland Railroad Bridge Photo by kensimms, $25.00

A rainy evening at Multnomah Falls and Lodge in the Columbia River Gorge near Portland, Oregon • photo: Paula Cobleigh on Flickr

Tug Boat On The Willamette River - Portland, Oregon

I have always wondered who it is that names street signs and how they come up with the names. To challenge myself in the art of very simple creative conjuring, I want to come up with new names for all of the streets that I pass in the next few weeks. Any name I have seen before is taboo. In this way, I will explore new levels of determination and will break through new barriers of my imagination.

Autumn in Portland, Oregon. (1964 Studebaker Lark in photo).

Portland, Oregon / Jesse Estes, via Flickr. Just beautiful. Can't wait to see this city up close in a couple of weeks! #monogramsvacations

Portland. Lost my first tooth at the Bagdad Theatre in the 50's. Never found it, even with the help of an usher and her flashlight. Left a note for the tooth fairy explaining.