More pictures of our canoe trip.
I thought it looked interesting to have horses along a rivers edge.
These are from the Sunriver resort for those who are staying there.
Another strange site was a dog on the rivers edge it’s owner nearby trying to fish of course having nine canoes pass by him didn’t help his fishing goal.
I love to sit and observe the sites around us as we move quietly in the water.
It really is very relaxing.
Oh I love the quiet and the beauty and how does anyone ever say there is no God?
It is beauty and more beauty and very peaceful.
The fresh air is so good for us to breathe in and out.
In silence we rowed and just kept our thoughts to ourselves.
It really didn’t seem right to talk much.
It was a serene place.
Back at camp we put our tent away and said goodbye to tent camping.
We were loaded up and ready to go home.
Home is always a good place to go back to.
Detroit lake on the way home… beautiful and majestic.
|I think Mt Jefferson.|
On our way home from off the side of the road near the three sisters mountains.
Heading home and still taking pictures.
The 2012 trip was over and I still have pictures to download.
Memories were made and we did enjoy ourselves even when it rained.
Central Oregon is a distant thought right now as we sit in 90+ heat.
I hope if you are reading this you are comfortable and able to enjoy our little bit of Oregon.
Such lovely, serene photos of Gods beautiful creation. I do love to find Him in the outdoors. I'm so touched by His presence.
You live in a beautiful part of our country!
Thank you for visiting today~and anytime you are in AZ, please stop by for dinner.
Beautiful photos of a serene loveliness! Reminds me of my own trip to Portland many years ago, MT. Hood etc. I have a dear friend there… Yes, I don't know how people looking at such sights can say they don't believe! Love that you were quiet, just drinking it all in! Thanks again for your comments on my blog! Gonna read more of your blog now… 🙂
You're in my neck of the woods! We are north of there, near Seattle, but I have fond memories of Sunriver when our children were young. The mountains, rivers, lakes, valleys & vistas never cease to amaze me.
I hope your memories run deep & last long.
I am in awe of your pictures. They are beautiful. I love the water, but never been in a canoe. And the mountains, how majestic!! It's a blessing in itself to say you were there to enjoy such a glorious view. Thanks for sharing. I can't wait to see more pics.
Oh how beautiful…now I want to go camping there and listen to Benjamin cry out, "Isn't it beautiful?"
And canoe…I so want to do that.
You have captured what I love so much about living in Oregon. I grew up in the area where you camped and your photos make my heart yearn to return home again! Wishing I could hook up my trailer today and head that direction!