We took a quick weekend trip to Sunriver, OR last weekend. It is a resort town just south of Bend. It is nice, too ritzy for my taste, but it has wonderful views and it is a nice place to relax in the winter, especially when there is now snow and therefore, no tourists. We are fortunate enough to have a place to stay there through a very good friend and it was a lovely time relaxing. It even snowed our last night there and we were treated to wonderful sights coming home over the mountain. Here are a few of the photos from the trip.
This well is located near the property that the hubs grew up on. He takes me to visit it whenever we are in Northern California. It is so mysterious. The property was once on the stagecoach and we speculate the pioneers dug it. It is also on Wintu Indian land, so we are not entirely sure of the true origin. Either way, I think it is awesome and it makes my brain go wild with ideas. Tragically, the land has been purchased to be subdivided and developed. There may come a day when this piece of history is lost forever.
It's that time of year again. Love!
Burrito sized tortillas, mozzarella cheese, marinara, favorite toppings = pizzadillas for dinner.
Our yellow yard dog, Barley. Also lovingly known as Cactus, Tuss, Cake-face (ate our anniversary cake), Steak-face (self explanatory), and Fuss.
I told you all in my November Garden Log that I had planted some greens. They are doing very well, with lettuce ready to eat! Soon we will have enough arugula to eat too!
We have been having some exceptionally pretty frosts lately.
I love wild chanterelle season. Sauté with onions and scramble with thyme and eggs.