ARCHIVED BLOG POSTS

2011 

Happy Mother's Day To All! We want to wish the happiest of Mother's Days to all you Active Rain moms out there. To our own moms, we could never thank you enough for all you do for us. We'll love you forever! And to our kids... we couldn't do it without you. Literally!   This is our 10 year old so...
05/08/2011
Need A Distinguished Male Companion? Meet Pops Pops is an adorable Chihuahua dog, approximately 6 or 7 years old, and with some distinguished grey on his face and chest! Pops is a well-mannered, gentle and mellow guy. He loves to be with his people and loves to cuddle. He also enjoys going on wal...
05/07/2011
Speechless Sunday - Parkdale Little League Majors: Team Pep Talk True, these boys haven't had much luck in the winning department, but they keep coming back for more and give it their all. Their great, dedicated coaches stay positive and supportive, as seen here. This is after Saturday's game in ...
05/07/2011
Friday's Foto - Hood River Valley Middle School Track Finally... a photo of our son, Sam, competing in Thursday's middle school track meet at Hood River High School. Sam is in the 6th grade and this is his first year on the team. He seems to be a natural. We can barely believe this was the last h...
05/07/2011
Rep. Mark Johnson Hosting Local Town Hall In Hood River.  The town hall will be held tomorrow, Saturday, May 7th at the Columbia Gorge Community College, Hood River Campus in the Library Commons, 1730 College Way. The meeting is free and open to the public. This is a great opportunity to discuss ...
05/06/2011
Old Trunk Antiques: A Slice Of History Just Outside Hood River It's one of those places that simply cannot be missed. I live here and still visit every now and again. I feel like I've barely broken the surface of all there is to see... the book section alone could occupy me all afternoon. The Old...
05/05/2011
Wordless Wednesday - Parkdale Little League:  The View From The Concession Stand Living in a small town and with our son playing Little League, I am expected to help out. At our ball park, that means running the concession stand on a rotating basis during games. Selling hotdogs, nachos, popcorn, ...
05/04/2011
Running Ladders: Large Art Celebrating Small Farms In The Gorge It is certainly not a sight one could miss. It's just about as bold as a statement can get. It's pure genius and it is a project called "Running Ladders". Dozens of wooden fruit ladders, painted in bright colors suddenly appeared alo...
05/03/2011
Have We Mentioned The Alpacas? I had no idea before visiting the Hood River Valley, but alpacas thrive in these mountains and have even become a strong business. Truth be told, I hadn't even heard of alpacas; I thought they were llamas. The alpaca is a close relative of the llama, the difference ...
05/02/2011
Adopt A Shelter Dog Instead Of From A Breeder If you've read many of our posts, you've already met Jessa, who we adopted from the Hood River Adopt A Dog Program last summer and she's been in more than a few of our posts. Jessa is our sixth rescue dog... we have four now and two others who we had ...
05/01/2011
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