An Overland adventure to explore the Middle Santiam Wilderness to Crabtree lake.
In honor of National Oreo Cookie Day I am pulling one out from the archives! The day I taught Trent the real way to eat an Oreo. This time honored tradition is once again passed down to the next generation.
Trent and Julie sharing a moment of you and happiness. Wait maybe that was my moment of joy and happiness and their moment of fear. Anyway they both did great.
Not so long ago a a very dear friend asked me to compose a few thoughts to his son that may help him along his way in life. My first thought was to run away in terror but as I talked with this friend and gained understanding into what he was trying to provide to … Continue reading A Letter To A Friend’s Son
So last night I decided to teach Trent the real way to eat an Oreo cookie. For the past couple of months he has been eating them all wrong and without the key ingredients, which has really been bothering me. So I decided to rectify it. The initial plan for the evening was to clean … Continue reading Learning to Eat an Oreo
I am beginning to learn that the bond between Fathers and Sons is different between Mothers and Sons. Take for instance this past Sunday afternoon, it was a normal fall Sunday in the Pacific Northwest, most people would call it dreary, wet miserable and possibly stay inside for the day. Possibly cuddle up with a … Continue reading Fathers and Sons
So as most of you know Trent has teeth, yet he is to young to brush them himself, although I think that even when he is older there may be some parental guidance involved. It is a little strange brushing teeth other than your own. Maybe that is why I never became a dentist.