It has been 11 years since Steph and I first met and began this crazy journey we have been on. We have moved too many times, each had multiple careers, raised one unique animal and have moved on to each pursue our own passion. Through all that time we tried to take pics, although sometimes more successfully than others. The recent pic was taken before a charity event and I thought it turned out pretty good, the other is from when it all began. Can you see there has been just a small change in both of us!
Most days of the week I try not to get too obsessed with all the drama of the world. Trust me, I get it things are a little out of whack and I am not to sure anyone knows how to fix it. But, I believe it is good to stay aware and decipher through some of the garbage that is produced constantly. This article seemed to have some pertinent information. For your reading pleasure!
So I have been a science enthusiast since well forever. As a kid I wanted to be Dian Fossey or Jane Goodall and live with and study what I believe to be some of our closest links on the planet just as they did. Every year as we progress in technology and the earth shakes up more old bones we will find keys to our past and what makes us human and unique. If you don't find this interesting, your missing out. It goes to show that we can learn something new every day. Even experts do.
Recently, Steph and I have been able to take time here and there to get outside of Portland and enjoy one of the reasons why we moved to the Pac Northwest. During the 4th of July weekend we headed to some wine country in Hood River and Washington and as the weekend progressed made our way to Mt. Adams. It is absolutely beautiful up there, and it feels like you are in another world. Anyways, we stopped numerous times to take pics with an old 35 mm camera and enjoy the moment.
Before we got the pics back from being developed I happened to have a discussion with a friend of mine about our weekend and he proceeded to tell me this long extravagant story about sasquatch, yehti, bigfoot or whatever you want to call it. It was pretty freakin interesting and convincing, but I have to say if it really existed wouldn't we have found one by now. So I have a couple pics for you to look at and you be the judge. I'm just saying.
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