Today my in laws stopped by for an impromptu visit and asked if I’d like to join them to check out the Tired Dog Ranch as a possible camping option this coming summer. Just under 40 miles from my home in West Fir, this was a fun adventure! My sister in law does a horse/dog camping event every summer and our thought is that this place might work for that. It has a yurt, cottage, cabin, and lots of space for camping.
The woman who lives here said they’ve had several weddings here as well.
The colorful building here is the cottage, next to the house.
This building here is the cabin and that road leads to one large grassy area with a large space for a bonfire and camping and space for horses.
Beautiful day for a hike with my mom at Hendricks Park.
One of the children at the park was talking about the fairies that must visit this park, indeed it does look like fairyland.
Here in the Pacific Northwest we’re enjoying some sunshine. Daffodils are starting to bloom and other flowers have starts. I apologize for my lack of photoblogging this winter! All is well on the home front, just haven’t felt the photo inspiration until lately. We’ve had some great sunsets lately that unfortunately my camera missed. I’ve toted the camera around for two days now capturing this shot on my way home from church.
East of Alton Baker Park
Well I chose to retire my Pentax- Kx. I went to take it in to get fixed and found it out it has mold growing in the prism that would cost over $200 to clean. After searching around for my next camera I decided to get a used Nikon D5100 which will allow me to take HDR photos. Looking forward to the new learning curve ahead!
Love these Fall days.