This is me looking releived that SSR is done and I can clean my office! I keep meaning to make a video but I haven’t gotten around to it. I also let my housemate Dan borrow my little tripod. Have I mentioned that he is making a movie? He has set up a bunch of green screen paper in his room and fils stuff and puts neat backgrounds behind it. It makes me want to go film myself in sunglasses and put a beach behind me!
These are some photos I took of our Family Riverhouse. Ididn’t get any from the insde for some reason. Here’s the view of the main house from the west. my parents can be obnoxious Texans fly their flag.
This is from the East:
that’s the outside of my little home away from home. this is where I got in my head when things get hectic and I need to relax and focus. It’s not fancy but it is perfect and I can sit and just stare at the river looking for bald eagle to fly by or fall asleep in front of a fire in the living room listening to the sound of the river. The inside are totally open for the most part and the kitchen is great for hanging out with a big peninsula where we do jigsaw and crossword puzzles. It is only 35 miles from Portland so we are planning some bike riding trips up there this summer.
I’m also planning to someday do a zine retreat where people come up for a few days and work on zines together. I wanted to do it in July for International Zine Month but I don’t think that is going to pan out. So ya, when I say I’m going to the Riverhouse that’s where I’m going…. literally or figuratively.
all that moss and the river looks so gorgeous and magical! you’re lucky to have such a retreat! thanks for sharing it! : )
It’s true! We are totally spoiled.
Wow! The place looks awsome. You are truly lucky to have a family riverhouse like this… I envy your luck 😉 But no… seriously the place is just beautiful!
I have been meaning to get back up there the past few weeks and it’s not working out! Must go soon!