Sunday, April 7, 2013

Scav Hunt Sunday: End of Oregon Trip Edition

 It was so glorious to be outside in the sunshine at the Tulip Festival!

 Noam, in his comfortable bed, with his favorite comfort item, his cheetah cat.

 Super tall trees at the Oregon Zoo.

In the kitchen:
Whipping up some brussel sprouts for dinner on one of my last nights there.

Noam is such a chatterbox. I am making sure he knows where his baseball allegiances need to lie!

29 thoughts on the matter:

Brandi said... {Reply}

Love those tulips, and what a cute little chatterbox!

Patti G said... {Reply}

Tulips!!! Thankfully ours haven't bloomed yet this year - they're not supposed to until May.
I love roasting Brussell Sprouts & then covering them w/ a Balsamic Glaze.

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Lea said... {Reply}

Great photos!
We've had some very pleasant weather this week-end - great to be outside in the sunshine!
Have a blessed day!
Lea's Menagerie

Kara Claflin said... {Reply}

Beautiful tulips! I never know quite how to cook brussel sprouts but i do like to eat them.

Stephanie said... {Reply}

The tulip field is a beautiful sight. I can't wait for them to bloom here. You made brussel sprouts look very appetizing. Nicely done!

Dara said... {Reply}

Oregon looks beautiful!

Meg said... {Reply}

Oh my gosh, I want to go to that tulip festival - they are my favorite flower! Love your photos this week!

Mary Gene Atwood said... {Reply}

Hope to get out to the tulip fields this week if it quits raining! Cute chatterbox. Go Red Sox

Megan Bailey said... {Reply}

Oh my gosh! I want to go to a tulip festival so bad! Love it!

Nicki said... {Reply}

A tulip festival - now that is something I could totally get behind - wow! It is clear that you completely enjoy every second with Noam - such a cutie.

Susan said... {Reply}

Your Noam loves you....he will remember it's the Red Sox.
That tulip shot took my breath away. Great POV to capture the vastness of the beauty.
Will hope to get on with the P52 tomorrow.

Debbie said... {Reply}

gorgeous tulips, they look like a quilt!! he your son or you nephew?? i always think of you as very young (in a good way)!! you have a sweet relationship with him!!

great set!!

Ida said... {Reply}

Wow the tulip shot is gorgeous. To think I've lived in the PNW all my life and have never been to the festival. - Must make a note to go some time.
Your little boy is adorable. They certainly can be chatterboxes at times.
Mmmm Brussel one likes them in my family except me and my hubby so we never have them. :o(

Ruth Kelly said... {Reply}

Those trees in Oregon are extremely tall.

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Anu said... {Reply}

Wow, love the tulip field!

Chrissy said... {Reply}

Those tulips are amazing! And brussel sprouts, yummy! xxx

Honey Mommy said... {Reply}

Beautiful tulips! I can't wait for mine to bloom.

Your comfort picture is a lot like mine. Sleeping kids look so angelic, don't they?

Yolanda Ronaldo said... {Reply}

I love your tree shot!!

Anonymous said... {Reply}

Those tulips are gorgeous - will forever be one of my favourite flowers! :-)

abrianna said... {Reply}

The tulips shot is beautiful. I have some of those red and yellow ones blooming on my table right now.

The comfort one...awww...

Linda R said... {Reply}

Oh my gosh.. Your son is too cute.

Goooo Red Socks..

Loved all your photos.

Patrice said... {Reply}

Looks like a great trip!

Adrienne said... {Reply}

My friend called the Maine trees tall this weekend - I just haven't seen Oregon trees!! Thanks for sharing your trip!!

Cathy H. said... {Reply}

Those tulips are gorgeous! You have a cute little chatterbox!

Carletta said... {Reply}

I would spend forever with those tulips!
Love your perspective with the tree shot!

Savannah McQueen said... {Reply}

Love the trees, but the Brussels sprouts is my favorite.

Dina Lettre said... {Reply}

Always love seeing Noam. :) And, that first shot is glorious!