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The End (of our trip)

Merry Eve of Christmas Eve! I’ve been a little busy bee working all week and trying to get ready for Christmas. It’s hardly left any time for blogging or editing pictures. I hope you’re enjoying this beautiful season and ready … Continue reading

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Dear waterfall, I can’t stop taking your picture

On the rainiest day in Porland, Brian, Captain the dog, Maggie and I loaded into the little red truck and drove to Multnomah Falls. The water was falling hard from the sky onto our windshield and we each quietly hoped … Continue reading

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Cargo, etc. {more Portland}

We went to Cargo on one of our last day’s in Portland. I’m so glad we made it because it was like a wonderland of color, art and beauty. They had beautiful papel picado, artful statues, beaded chairs, beads of … Continue reading

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Ace Hotel {Portland Week #10}

I’ve heard about the Ace Hotel. All over the place. So we went to drink its Stumptown coffee and take pictures in the photobooth. Yay.

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We find treasures in junk stores and then we relax at home {Portland Week #9}

Happy Friday! I hope you get to do something fun this weekend. I’m excited to not have too many plans because there are a few movies I want to watch, a few projects I want to make and I am … Continue reading

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Mossy Rooftops & Cozy Porches {Portland Week #8}

I was entirely charmed by Portland neighborhoods, where houses are old and crafted and the porches are big and welcoming. I could definitely get comfortable in a place where home owners aren’t afraid of bright color combinations, lawn art and … Continue reading

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Through the Portland Clouds {Portland Week #7}

Even though we tried really hard to look like locals, we had to be total tourists and ride the Portland Aerial Tram. I mean, we already had the maps and the cameras out, so why no go 100 percent tourist … Continue reading

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