The Friday Feast ~ the 2nd of December

26 thoughts on “The Friday Feast ~ the 2nd of December”

    1. Thanks Vicki! When it wasn’t raining up there, it was pretty beautiful. Cold, but a nice change from what we are used to. I probably couldn’t actually live there, though! 😉

  1. Wow, thanks for including my post, And I’m especially tickled for the double dose of love ’cause Fritz quoted me in his. I appreciate all you do for the community.

  2. I love the idea of a No-Gift Christmas. We did this one year and it was actually one of the best Christmases I’ve ever had. We did do gifts for the kids, but the adults just relaxed sans presents and it was AWESOME.

  3. Steve,

    Appreciate you including me. Thanks so much!

    I watched the video. Pretty cool, man. Living the dream!

    Oregon is actually one of my favorite states. I sometimes think about moving over that way (specifically Portland), but I worry about the rain, clouds, and the onset of seasonal affective disorder. It seemed like almost as soon as you hit Oregon, the rain and clouds just turned on. I guess that’s a natural check on too many people moving there. But I also understand it’s continually one of the top states for inbound moves. Enjoy it up there!


    1. You’re welcome, Jason – appreciate the thoughtfulness of your post! I agree, Oregon is an awesome area to visit, especially in the summer. While I’d rather live THERE than many other places in the country, not sure that I’d chose to live there if I had other options. I’m just not an overcast/rain kind of person. It would drive me batty! 🙂

  4. Cool trip here Steve! Thanks for sharing the articles as well..
    Have a fantastic week ahead 🙂
    Looks like you guys had some cold weather there, gotta head down under, where it’s around 80 Fahrenheit right now 😉

    1. Thanks Jef! Yup, Oregon and the entire Pacific Northwest is definitely enveloped in cold and rain…pretty much for the entire fall and winter season. We’re back in Arizona now and the high today is 70. I can deal with this kind of weather. 🙂

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