The Dalles Photographer | Week 36 of Project 365

September 09, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

246/365.  We saw this very cool barbed wire horeshoe in Cecil, OR.

247/365.  On Saturday, I attended the Wasco School Centennial Celebration.  The presentations were all wonderful, and it was such a treat to be able to tour the whole building again.  Being there brought back so many memories, but it also made me sad to see such a beautiful historic building not being used for it's intended purpose anymore.  If the school in Wasco was still open, I wouldn't hesitate to send Gemma to school there.  

If you weren't able to make it and have some ideas for making the building self-sustaining, please send them to:

Save the Wasco School Building                                                                                                                                                                         C/O Wasco City Hall                                                                                                                                                                                           Wasco, OR 97065

248/365.  Our future soccer star!

249/365.  We took advantage of our day off and had a family hike at the Mosier Twin Tunnels.

250/365.  She makes this face a lot.

251/365.  We visited an onion farm in Brooks on Wednesday.  They were just getting harvest started with these old tractors.  

252/365.  We finally got our old walnut tree cut down.  This is the bottom of the stump.  Two rings!  It was so cool to see this because the tree had split into two trunks.


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Hello and welcome to Macnab Photography's blog!  My name is Tori and I'm the artist behind the images of Macnab Photography.  I've had a passion for photography since I was a little girl.

I am located in The Dalles, Oregon and serve the Columbia River Gorge.  I specialize in children and families, and my interest lies in capturing moments, from the smile of a child to the love in a couple's eyes. 

Thank you for visiting my blog.  Hope you enjoy your visit! 

 

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