We left for the cabin at Rockaway Beach, Oregon, last Monday, and while we got home last night (Friday), today has been a busy day, so it will take me a while to catch you up on our adventures.
After a week of sun and heat in Seattle, the cool weather arrived, but I didn't mind the clouds and morning fog. It was somehow soothing. Our little old cabin endures.
And the Twin Rocks still grace our beach and demand to have their picture taken.
Tides were just right for morning and evening walks. We also ventured into the woods at Oswald West State Park, where the trees grow big in this temperate rain forest.
The old and decaying provide nourishment for the new and thriving.
This way to the beach.
And big trees. These are Sitka spruce.
Oh, fun! A suspension bridge!
And another path to the beach.
This evening Tom and I are drying out after attending a wet soccer match at the stadium. The rain held off for the first half, but then got serious and stuck around. But with a 3-0 win over DC United, our spirits weren't dampened, just the rest of us.
Earlier today we attended Isaac's first soccer match. But I'll have to get back to you on that. It's getting late, and we have a family brunch to get to tomorrow morning. I'll also try to catch up with what all of you have been doing, that is when I'm not going out to lunch or attending another soccer match. Busy times, and I'm lovin' it!