Star trails on the Oregon Coast photographed in the middle of the night.
I saw this wonderful musical in San Diego with my Mom and aun† who lived it in the 1940’s. We were all dancing in the aisles. Here is what Travel oregon has to say about it:
“Much more than a concert, In the Mood is a big band theatrical revue that vividly evokes the life and times of America’s greatest generation. Featuring the music of Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, the Andrews Sisters, and Frank Sinatra, In the Mood brings back an era when everyone listened and danced to the same buoyant music — music that lightened hearts and lifted spirits across the nation!”
Here is a link to find out more details:Craterian Perfomances
Here is a little reminder of what you might be missing. If you need a minute to chill out return to this post and watch this video — it will sooth your soul.
Hilltop House Website It has been a while since I posted to the blog and I plan to be doing so much more often. First, I want to thank all of my loyal readers and all the people who have supported Hilltop House and enjoy staying there too. We appreciate you patronage and your kind comments and praise.
We are currently offering the house as a month to month rental which makes it a great headquarters for Storm Watching. Hilltop House has extensive decking where you can storm watch in the comfort of it’s luxurious rooms. While viewing the storms you can sip wine and enjoy the wonderful smoked Salmon that Gold Beach has to offer in the spacious Gourmet kitchen, throw a Storm watching party in the fabulous Great Room or snuggle up in the master bedroom and watch nature’s wonder unfold before your eyes. To take a virtual tour of Hilltop House and see what I am talking about please go to Hilltop House website and click on take a virtual tour.
For the more adventuresome souls, you can hop in your four wheeler and drive along the rugged coast for an up close and personal view of the spectacular Pacific ocean. Here’s a preview of what you will see:
MOre Storm Watching videos
I came across some cool video footage of the Oregon Coast by this guy (I don’t know) named Andre. This dude seems cool — he’s got a good sense of humor and he shares my fascination for string theory. I wanted to credit him for sharing this video so here is his site YOU TUBE Andre’s Videos.
Oh and don’t forget to watch this one it is worth it!