Tag: The Dalles

All to Ourselves | Sorosis Park

All to Ourselves | Sorosis Park

Sorosis Park in The Dalles With the weather being in the 80’s for a couple days here in The Dalles, I decided it was a good chance to put the kiddo in shorts and go to Sorosis park early in the morning. Apparently, I am the only parent that thought of taking their little one …

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Parade Time

Parade Time

Elijah’s First Parade Last weekend was The Dalles Cherry Festival. Brent was on call for the weekend, so we decided to spend the weekend close to town. That turned out to be a good thing since he had to go in 3 times and once was in the middle of the night. Being on call …

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Vantage Point

Vantage Point

Up above Thompson Track in The Dalles, there is a water tower. It is a steep paved road that leads up to this point. From this vantage point, you can see The Dalles in its entirety. The other day, while waiting for Jess to come home from a weekend up in Coeur d’alene, I took …

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100 Days of Elijah: Day 50

100 Days of Elijah: Day 50

Halfway point! Today deserves two photos. Plus, I couldn’t pick¬†one. This kids smile and laughter sure brightens my day even on the overcast days where there isn’t much color around and everything looks gray.

Flat Tire

Flat Tire

My escape from reality has been my runs lately. Although, I guess I’m not really escaping reality when I spend most of that time thinking about what is going on in our lives right now. However, it is a time that calms me down and brings me a little peace. I talk with God about …

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Three State Tour

Three State Tour

Last month, we left the confines of Montana for our last big outing before our¬†addition to the family arrives. The trip centered around two different events, a Seattle wedding and the Grand Teton Relay. In between the two, we spent time in Oregon with family. We decided that in order to maximize our time in …

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An Oregon Run

An Oregon Run

Brent and I were able to go on a chilly yet beautiful run the other morning in The Dalles. I ran up a hill to gain about 1000 feet. It felt great and the view was beautiful. It is a great way to start my training as it is a fresh start. Running in a …

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