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Denali from Talkeetna, Alaska 2017

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Practice doing nothing

Sunday was an excellent day of practicing doing nothing.  We moved all of 22 miles from the Crater Lake Resort to the Rocky Point Resort.  I think the drive took about 20 minutes.


Our space was tucked in under some very tall trees.  I couldn't get back far enough to capture the tops!


The "Big White Thing" doesn't look so big in this picture.


After checking in and getting settled, we spent most of the day sitting outside, reading and enjoying the peaceful setting.


We did have a couple of interesting visitors.


This little guy stopped by.




And this  critter gave the side of the Alfa a once over with his very long antenna. He was about three inches long and a very shiny black.


Dinner was a grilled pizza with homemade whole wheat crust, duck sausage, onions, and a bit of Trader Joe's Roquefort cheese.  Yummy!






Oh, and the temperature today was in the 80s.  Warm but with very low humidity so it was really pleasant.  


Love Oregon!

10 comments:

  1. Sounds like our kind of day! Your rig looks like a toy next to the tree.

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  2. Hummmmm, do you think that one fell in a can of iridescent paint? lol. He is really beautiful.

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  3. enjoy the day of doing nothing!

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  4. Sounds like a WONDERFUL day. And I just happen to agree with you - I love Oregon too LOL!!

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  5. Oregon is fantastic. We lived there over 30 years. Glad you're enjoying it.

    Susan
    travelbug-susan.blogspot.com

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  6. It was that kind of day. sitting and reading.

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  7. That pizza looks very good. We're wondering how you got the gooey pizza dough on the grill. I don't see a pan underneath it??

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  8. Everything on that pizza looks great, except the red stuff. :)

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  9. I had to laugh when I saw the "low humidity" comment, Mo and I kept talking about how high the humidity felt compared to our normal levels yesterday. Love the big tree over the Alpha. Nice to meet you!

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