I am just too tired to write this week. Instead, I'll leave you with this beautiful photo taken by a wonderful photographer who takes pictures all over Portland and posts them on his site called "Portland Ground". This one was taken from Mount Tabor Park where Dear Hubby and I went walking on Monday. It's above one of the reservoirs looking off to the west with downtown Portland and the West Hills in the background. This is not very high on the volcanic cone that forms Mount Tabor...basically at the start of our walk. I think the altitude at the top is something like 700-750 feet above sea level. There are 26 miles of trails, paved roads, bike trails, etc. that twist and turn and wind here, there, and everywhere. It's a beautiful place to walk and relax. I think we'll try walking it again on Saturday. We love going up there around 6 am, right around sunrise when we more or less have the park to ourselves. The sunrises coming up over Mt. Hood and the Cascades on the east side where the "Big Monster" is makes the agony of walking up that steep hill worth while. Believe me.
OK. No more writing. The dinner dishes beckon me and bed is sounding better all the time.