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Of course I knew I hadn’t finished this long road trip! Ack… but really, Mokihana, 17 months without and still not pau? Sheesh! And leaving AFK waiting for pīpī photos!! Inconceivable!!! Auē to da max. And at an exciting part, … Continue reading
Ho, get photos this time!! Keep in mind that while all this was going on, I was coughing like crazy, and was so tired all the time. So this road trip helped to take my mind off how junk I … Continue reading
AFK has been a follower of this little bloggie for years now; she has been a faithful commenter (is that a word?), and has encouraged me to keep writing even when I thought what I had to say wasn’t all … Continue reading
K’den, let’s go across the bridge!
Last weekend was the annual showcase in Aurora, Oregon. This is a yearly event and it’s absolutely wonderful, put on by the Aurora Colony Historical Society and the Aurora Colony Handspinners Guild. It’s a two-day event, and all wheels showcased … Continue reading
Here we go again! Nolemana and I wandered around the grounds before the parade was to start so that we could see some of the tractors up close. This is one of my very favorite steam tractors. Itʻs absolutely huge!
Last Saturday, Nolemana and I drove down to Brooks, Oregon, for the 2014 Great Oregon Steam-Up at the Antique Powerland Museum. We used to take Nolemana’s dad, Roy-san, there every year, and he absolutely loved it. Being an old farm boy, … Continue reading