Eagles or Seagulls

Keeping with the recent theme of not being in Portland, for almost the last 2 weeks I've been in Canada with only 1 night back at home between trips to Eastern and Western Canada.

First, it was off to Montreal.

The Peak of Mt. Shasta peaking out through the sunset.

SF by night.

Dawn over Eastern Canada.

There were a lot of balloons at our photoshoot which prompted investigations into the element of helium. Such light-weight powers. The crew was taken over and took up temporary knuckle tats in honor of this Noble Gas.

Camera setups.

My hotel.

Old Montreal explorations.

One of the locals called this the cheese grater building. I'd like to call it the sponge ruiner building.

My return flight went through Dallas. I couldn't tell if this couple were Quebecois or Texan. Does it really matter?

I got back home after 1 am and Amy and I were on the road by about 9 am. This is Mt Adams viewed from Highway 97 in Washington.

Classic cars were all over the road. There must have been a show somewhere on the route. This guy blew past us doing close to 90 mph.

While in BC we got to see the Canadian Snowbirds do their thing in the aeroplanes.

Quintessential summer shot on Lake Okanagan.

View of vineyards and the lake.

Amy and I.

Diesel and Beauty.

Bartenders get front row parking.

Doggy sleep over.

The following are from my trip to the Okanagan last summer. There was no blog then so now seemed like a good time to share them.

The Summerland skatepark in all its glory.

Central Washington 2007

Eastern Washington 2008.

Kite boarders near Hood River.

While I was gone the ramp got new additions.

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