November 28, 2007
Oregon Thanksgiving Snow
It's no surprise that pioneer William Blodgett left the East Coast, embarked on a wild west adventure across country and founded Blodgett Oregon in the 1800s. Much of Oregon's natural surroundings remind me of the Adirondacks. So beautiful, its no wonder he settled there.
In southern Oregon over Thanksgiving week, it snowed, the white powder leaving beautiful remnants of wet dust on the branches of all the trees around a log cabin I slept soundly in for days. Experience this if you haven't. And often.
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We have snow in Sandy, Oregon.
Posted by: Alphabetix | Nov 29, 2007 11:04:06 AM
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