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Friday, May 17, 2013

Dont' You Want to Come Visit Me!!!!

No Place like the Oregon Coast!! I'm going home!!!

Some think it's holding on that makes one strong; sometimes it's letting go.   Sylvia Robinson

49 comments:

Sandy Carlson said...

One beautiful world!

Karen said...

Oh my gosh and wowsers. Pencil me in for early autumn Sylvia ;)

SquirrelQueen said...

I would love to come over for a visit. That's one of my favorite sections of the north coast.

Arija said...

Not only is it special to see the beauty of this coast but coming full circle HOME is so rare in this muddled world of ours. The best of fortune and lots of laughter with your loved ones.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
I am breathless, Sylvia - that second pic is just...... gob-smacking!!! Have you ever seen pix of the "Apostles" in South Australia? This is reminiscent of that so it caught me in the heart.

Your words are very true too. I am so happy for you! Hugs, YAM xx

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Sylvia Robinson is wise like Sylvia Kirkwood :) Happy homecoming Sylvia, wonderful images to mark your return.

TexWisGirl said...

gorgeous!!

JM said...

WOW! The bottom shot is outstanding!

Mama Zen said...

How beautiful!

ladyfi said...

Oh goodness - these shots are pure magic! How gorgeous.

Hope the move goes smoothly.

cieldequimper said...

I was in Cannon Beach a year ago...

Jo said...

What a gorgeous photo the second one is, Sylvia. Safe journey. Hope you're having a great weekend. Jo

Lowell said...

Although I've never been there I've always thought the Oregon coast was one of the most spectacular places on earth!

I'll bet you're busy by excited!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Wow, that second photograph is wonderful.

Stewart M said...

Looks like a change from a good place to a better one!
Looking forward to more pictures - although I miss Mt. Rainier!

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

Karen @ Pieces of Contentment said...

Wonderful quotes Sylvia and your second photo is stunning, truly beautiful.

Al said...

That does look beautiful, Sylvia. Best of luck with your move.

Grayquill said...

I guess this is okay. I liked having a blogger buddy in my neck of the woods. Oregon does have it's beauty. I hope all is well and goes well for you!

Dianne said...

one of the most beautiful parts of the country
get settled in
hugs

beyondwandering.com said...

Such gorgeous views of the ocean!

RuneE said...

No wonder you want to go back with such a coast - and I speak a person who lives on a coast!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I do actually Sylvia! I want to come home too!

Pat Tillett said...

Wow! Both are nice, but that second one is simply amazing! Top rate Sylvia!

Gemma Wiseman said...

O Sylvia! Your words beneath the second photo mean so much to me! Letting go can be an ultimate challenge needed to move on!
So love your photos!
Thinking of you as you take the next stage of your journey!
Namaste

Lowell said...

Thanks for your comment today...hope that things are going well for you and that the move is coming along as planned!

Gracie O'Tripp said...

Truly beautiful coastline photo. One of the places I would really like to visit the Northwest coast.

Pietro Brosio said...

Fantastic views, Sylvia! I've enjoyed them so much!
Greetings from Turin!

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

You must be excited!

Pam ;) said...

Dearheart, I wish you all that brings you contentment and happiness.

Hugs n smiles across the miles ~:)

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Steffi said...

Happy homecoming Sylvia! Your photos are fantastic and great place to be!

MyMaracas said...

O. M. G. That second photo is too beautiful for words. No wonder you love it there.

Laura said...

oh sylvia... the second photo is pure magic!!!

Carver said...

Gorgeous shots of the Oregon coast. I'll look forward to seeing more of your new, old home.

Terrebel said...

Breathtaking, Sylvia! So yes, I will come and visit you. When I visit my relatives in Kelowna, Canada and Los Angeles and Chicago in the U.S.

Enjoy your 'new' spot under the heavens!

Terrence looks at the sky

forgetmenot said...

Yes, I want to come visit you !! Lovely area--enjoy !!! Mickie :)

Betty Manousos said...

absolutely gorgeous!!

happy homecoming! love the oregon coast! looks magical!

big hugs~

Pam ;) said...

Hi Sylvia, thinking of you and wishing you and your family a happy weekend; hope all is going well with your move to Portland
Morning smile:) n a (Hug)~:)

Haddock said...

The essence of nature so well captured here.

christopher said...

An expansively beautiful photo coupled by just the right quote.

Enjoy your new surroundings.

Gunsside said...

Absolut beautiful sunset :)

Pam ;) said...

Here's a helping (hug) n a silly smile too ~:o).. miss u- hope all is well!

Indrani said...

That is a beautiful sunset!

Carver said...

Gorgeous shots Sylvia. I'd love to visit the Oregon coast one day.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

That is a gorgeous shot with a full palette of colors. I am thinking of you as you make the transition... September sounds good.

Bises,
Genie

Lowell said...

I'm sure you have better things than blogs to worry about, and I hope that everything is working out well for you. But I did want you to know that I'm posting on our website blog and when you get back blogging maybe you can check it out:

http://www.landlfotos.com/blog

Kay said...

Wow! What gorgeous photos! Congratulations on your move back to such a beautiful area. Have a wonderful weekend, Sylvia.

Stewart M said...

I suppose that's OK if you like that kind of thing!!!!

Which I do!

Hope you are settling back in.

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

Catherine said...

Hope the move has gone well and you are settling in.....best wishes Catherine

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