Letting go. Trees can be good teachers. I’ll be away for a couple of weeks and won’t post until my return. Advertisements
Returning for one final travel post on Portland, Oregon’s The Grotto that I previously touched upon. This incredible place of gardens that is actually more like a well manicured forest. The gardens sit on a plateau way above the entry … Continue reading
The Grotto, the National Sanctuary of Our Sorrowful Mother in Portland, Oregon. The grotto, shown above, is built into a basalt cliff at the bottom of 62 acres of elevated land/acreage above it. The bottom land, consisting of this grotto … Continue reading
The Sunday Traveler has seen many a beautiful place along the travel road, but Multnomah Falls is something beyond the pale. The falls are located in the Columbia River Gorge, in Oregon; part of the Pacific Northwest That bridge up … Continue reading
Just be. Where you are. How you are. Float. Flow.
Two glorious weeks spent in Oregon, part of the Pacific Northwest, left this traveler believing in the exquisite beauty of trees, lakes,waterfalls, and the coast on the Pacific Ocean that are breathtaking. Two weeks of some sunny days, some cloudy … Continue reading
Sometimes it’s the only way to get the job done.
A day spent on one end of Poipu, Kauai included a visit to their Botanical Gardens. Ironic thoughts came to mind on why there would be a garden such as this when the whole island seems to be one big … Continue reading
The Thinker. In the gardens of the Rodin Museum of Paris. A December afternoon spent in this lovely museum, and in the cold of the outdoor gardens soon made it my favorite museum in all of Paris. Truth be told, … Continue reading
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Simple perfection in its mystery.