But in the past six weeks, a lot has changed in the house. As in the house has moved. Not completely yet, but it is in the process. A very important piece, a new house, has yet to be found. But we’re working on it.
As you may have surmised, we are no longer in Germany. Nor are we in Europe.
Instead, a small town in southern Oregon, which is quite a change from Germany and Europe. On so many different levels.
Part of the draw for me to the area is scenery like this:
I am quite keen on the landscape of the west.
So the posts will slowly start increasing in frequency again. And the photos will improve in quality once I get away from this laptop and I have my computer back.
BTW, the peak poking over the top of the clouds is Mount Shasta (14,179 feet or 4,322 m), soon after sunrise, looking southeast.
Yesterday, in the hours before sunset (a long day of driving and many hours after this photo was taken), Goddess and I could see the peak from some 140 miles (225 km) south.