Oh Donna! Revisited.

My friend Donna moved back to northeastern Oregon in September to the Strawberry Mountains and the small friendly town that they left a few years ago. She was able to find a job immediately; Robert is still a traveling man but plans to retire very soon.

This picture of a Canyon Mountain Sunrise was taken from their patio the morning of October 18.

Photo By Robert

Not only does her new home have a patio, but it has running water, electricity and a paved driveway. This time around she's enjoying the view with modern conveniences. She says that Willy and Nike (her dogs) love it, too!

(Oh, Donna. Rose and I miss you!)

Comments

Heather said…
Wow! Beautiful picture!
Jodi said…
I'd love to see that view everyday!

Donna's such a lucky girl... a view AND running water!! It's what all of us dream of!! tee hee
AJ said…
What a gorgeous sunset! Have a great Thursday!!
Shauna said…
What a breathtaking view! ! ! I'd like to have that view with all the modern conveniences!
Claudia said…
What a beautiful place!! Ah, the joys of modern living...running water, electricity and a paved driveway! This is such a Maxwell House scene (or is it Folgers?? Gak...I confuse myself...anyways..I can just see you guys on the pation with coffees!)
Susan in va said…
(*GASP!*) It's beautiful!! My two favorite colors - purple and pink :) WOW!
BarnGoddess said…
gorgeous picture!
Kathleen Marie said…
Wow, what a gorgeous picture. The mountains are amazing! When I moved here there were a few friends I missed, still miss, terribly.
KrisUnderwood said…
Wow! That is amazingly beautiful!
Heather said…
Stunning. I'd move for this view.
Karmyn R said…
A purple sky in Strawberry Mountain....looks like something Strawberry Shortcake would be proud of.
SongBird said…
Incredibly beautiful!!!
Jeanette said…
A stunning photo and the colours just beautiful
Robin said…
S P E C T A C U L A R

They are blessed.

Robert can take a serious picture!
kailani said…
I don't know if I've ever seen a more beautiful sunset!

Popular posts from this blog

Sing in Spring

An Old Cold Spot

Earth Friendly