29.11.11

Thanksgiving


















We all drove to Bend, again, over the weekend. I was nervous about how Israel would do riding in the car for 5 hours, but with the help of toys, snacks, and movies on the ipad, he did really well!
We stayed with Jeremiah's aunt, who collects a lot of vintage & antique things.
It might just be me, but the terrain in Central Oregon is not pretty. A lot of volcanic rock equals ugly trees & shrubs.
Israel loved seeing the horses, rabbits and dogs. He spent one afternoon chasing the dogs through the yard with his cousins. I think he needs a pet, but I'm not ready for that.
It was a nice trip but I like being back home. So much to do and it's amazing how three days off will multiply your to-do list.

13 comments:

  1. absolutely gorgeous photos, jennifer! looks like a lovely time.

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  2. beautiful pictures, enjoyed looking at them. love how they match the Thanksgiving theme with family & nature.

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  3. oh my gosh, israel is so funny with that bag on his head!!! these are such great photos. that horse looks like it has human hair!

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  4. The pictures of the horses are so dreamlike!

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  5. It depends who you ask. I think Central Oregon is breathtaking.

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  6. Sarah-Yes, it's all in the eye of the beholder, right? My husband agrees with you, and that's totally cool!

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  7. Those baby boots are ADORABLE!

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  8. Love this photo of the horse :) such pretty hair :)

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  9. Beautiful images, the horse is beautiful, have a lovely day.

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  10. beautiful photos! the ones of the horse are especially stunning. You really have a good eye!

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  11. I was just thinking, "that looks like Central Oregon." And it is! You're right though. The terrain here is terrible. I would move to the valley where there's green things besides pine and no snow in a second!

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    1. There are a lot of fields with tumbleweeds & those trees with really rough bark. The forests are beautiful but the arid parts are not my favorite.

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