The RV is fixed (whoo hooo!! And happily humming!!), the sun is out (quite the event in Oregon this time of year) and we’re back in Portland so I can fly off to my week-end reunion in Mammoth Lakes. With that thought in mind I leave you with a few shots of the setting sun and the knowledge that I’ll be back in a skip and a jump with sweeping pics, humorous stories and on-going tales of the road. See ya soon, folks! 

Afternoon by the Columbia River, Portland

Late PM by the river in Portland

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5 Responses to Back to Portland & Flying Off Again

  1. Marsha says:

    Beautiful! Enjoy every minute of your reunion. Safe travels!

  2. Sue Malone says:

    Travel safe and have a great time, Nina, and I’ll look forward to your stories when you return

  3. Have fun in a fun area! We were in the vicinity of Mammoth Lakes a couple of times this year, but chose to go to other places for our visits. That area will be pretty, for sure, this time of year.

    As to your photos, we didn’t know anyone actually went out along the Columbia River near Portland. That’s why we’ve never seen good pictures like yours. Well composed, kind of stark looking.

    • libertatemamo says:

      Thanks! It’s actually kinda pretty along the river. There’s a nice “beach” section less than a mile from Columbia River RV Park.
      Nina

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