Wednesday, May 09, 2007


It should come as no surprise that there are trees in Oregon. And it isn't as if we've never seen trees, but our experience in the previous 25 years to moving north was limited to what folks had in their yards.

Our walks continue and we added Tryon Creek State Park to the mix. Our first visit was on a less than dry day. Fortunately the forest canopy kept the most of the rain off.

Even the dead trees were interesting.

Tom had the camera...

It was a sunnier day on our next visit to Mary S. Young Park. Along one of the paths we saw a face.