Quote of the Day – Jack Nicklaus on Bad Habits

Today, i get to golf the Challenge at Manele Bay, designed by Jack Nicklaus. This course is beautiful and every hole has a view of the Pacific Ocean. It’s so beautiful that Bill and Melinda Gates were married on the 12th hole. And I get to golf here… *phew* How people keep correcting us when…

Photo of the Day – Mt. Tabor Park

This wasn’t my original choice for photo of the day, instead I had something else planned. Then, my crappy internet service provider decided to be really slow, so I went for a walk instead of cursing their name to high-heavens. On my walk, I took this photo.

Photo of the Day – Rose Quarter At Dusk

Last night I was at the Rose Garden Arena for the Portland Winterhawks Game. As I walked to my car, I noticed this view of the Rose Quarter Transit Center. On a beautiful evening at dusk, it is quite the scene.

Photo of the Day: On The Links

I got to go golfing today for the first time this season. It turned out to be a beautiful day. I only lost two golf balls. This shot I was particularly proud of, though, we won’t talk about my score. 🙂 This photo taken in Forest Grove, Oregon.

Photo of the Day – After The Rain

Taken just moments after the storm passed through the area, the water was still running into the drains, and I saw this shot with all the colors and the dark grey clouds.

Photo of the Day – I Can See For Miles and Miles and…

Ok. Maybe not for miles, my eyes aren’t that good. On a clear day, though, you can see for, what feels like, forever. The Columbia River Gorge, on a clear day, offers spectacular views from many different vantage points. Enjoy!

Photo of the Day: Seattle Washington

I’m heading to Seattle on the train right now. I enjoy the Wifi, but for the most time it sucks, so I am going to try to post this on the train. Here’s hoping it works. Disclaimer for all those out there. I was gifted a free trip to Seattle which is part of the…

Photo of the Day: Building Trees?

Taken on Portland, Oregon’s river front; this view, through the trees, offers a look into downtown Portland across the Willamette River.