We took a road trip following Hwy 2 from Astoria to Cannon Beach, OR. During the last leg of our journey to Seaside and Cannon Beach, the rain began coming down in buckets and the wind was blowing sand all over, but we decided to carry on, camera in hand. This photo came from that storm. Out in those waters was a surfer determined to put those waves to good use… maybe you can find him!
Hey, guys. So a couple summers ago I went to the boat races with Greg and my mama, “Ol’ 99”. I almost didn’t get to go ’cause it was so hot. I heard them sayin’ words like, “stay home” and “too hot”, so I wagged my tail real hard and acted like I was goin’ anyway, and it worked! I got to go, and DANG, was it ever a good time! Greg and “Ol,99” spent the day wadin’ in and out of the water with me, takin’ photos of those boats speedin’ around in circles. Cool water never felt soooooo good than on that hot summer day, but did it ever taste BAD! I kept trying’ to drink it and it kept tasting like soap every time. So we all had to drink water out of the gallon jug. When we’d had enough of wadin’ in that soapy water, we’d lounge in the soft grass and soak up some of that hot summer sun. Wow- what a great day that turned out to be. I sure like bein’ a dog.
This photo was taken while the Columbia river was very low because of a lower dam issue. Further down the river is the fabulous Gorge… famous for it’s summer concerts and, now, for it’s new winery and resort. This particular area is a landmark for me. It’s where I learned to water ski, fish, and held one of my first jobs. It’s special to my family, as my grandmother painted this exact viewpoint in watercolor and donated it to the local library, called, “After The Storm“.
Deep Lake is one of the lakes that make up the Sun Lakes Resort in central Washington, a favorite destination of ours for swimming and fishing.