After months of being restricted to walking around our neighborhood, we ventured south to Silver Falls State Park.
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We’ve been working our way up the traffic light ladder of curries. We started with green (too watery, bad curry paste), moved through yellow (good with the Maesri brand curry paste), and now we made Thai red curry chicken.
We headed up to Vancouver, Washington to take in the views from the Grant Street Pier. It was clear at home, but so foggy along the river.
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The mystery (to me) of the black bird we saw walking out of the ocean and up the beach at Cannon Beach. Can you tell me what is up? (I’m looking at you, especially, Frances Oliver).