As we adjust to our Pacific Northwest “home”, I can’t stop thinking about getting out into the beautiful wilderness surrounding Portland. The Columbia River Gorge is only a hour’s drive away from the city and it’s THIS gorge-ous. Get it? (I mean, I had to.) What a magical escape.
We could canoe?
and wrap ourselves up in our beautiful Pendleton blankets for a very practical photo like this? (we have this one and this one and can’t wait to use them)
I mean, why not, we’re in love. And then we’ll munch on our homemade granola? (looking at this recipe to try first) And do all that other outdoorsy stuff. I’m so ready to embrace the lifestyle out here. Just need to find a house first. C’mon house!
Enjoy your weekend, kids.
Awesome blog and great post!
Thanks for stopping in! I have a bit of wanderlust, can you tell? 😉
Lol yes your blog says it all.
It does look like an amazing place, I really need to get out there sometime. It kind of reminds me of a few points in the east but not many. Places like Letchworth State Park in New York for example.
Thanks for reading! It’s easy to take these local places for granted because they’re so close. A good reminder that beauty is everywhere.
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