It’s been 3 very long years since I last visited the wonderous state of Washington… Continue reading Port Townsend Summer
Twenty years. For some it is their lifetime; for others it is a fraction of a life. Continue reading Memories of Rajah
It’s hard to put into words how exciting that moment was seeing those first steps… Continue reading July 20, 1969 – Where was I?
You have helped build this blog, and you have made it more than I ever dreamed. Thank you! Continue reading A New Beginning
It all started when I was a kid… The thing just sounded evil. My Mom was appalled … I was awe-struck! Continue reading The Thunderous Beast
This post is in honor of this week’s photo challenge from Jen H., Beloved. The photograph is my horse, Perhaps. I took this shot in 2006 … Continue reading Beloved
This is for the weekly photo challenge. I shot this last fall in the Cascade Mountains near Government Camp, Oregon. The forest always calms my soul. … Continue reading Silence
I installed a new computer system in my office over the Holidays. As my day job is a financial planner, I run a lot of custom, … Continue reading Winter Calm
I was really hoping to have some nice relaxing time the last week of 2017 as it’s been a pretty stressful and difficult year both on a … Continue reading Final Thoughts for 2017
This post will be a little different from most. This is dedicated to my followers. I want to make sure that I say thank you to … Continue reading Thank You All!
I saw the Daily Post challenge today, and I read Ben Huberman’s post about his trip up the British Columbia coast. It got me thinking about serenity. So here is my photograph. This is the Port Townsend, Washington marina, and here is why this makes me feel serene. Port Townsend is a very peaceful, laid back town. The pace is slow and relaxed. Take a deep breath of the wonderfully clean sea air and feel cleansed and invigorated. The mild temperatures just relax the body. Seeing this photograph brings back everything that I felt when I clicked the shutter. I … Continue reading Serene
She was probably my closest friend. I fell in love with her the first moment that I saw her. We had an incredible bond and could … Continue reading Perhaps