A Month Of Sundays: Day 27 (#555)

On my last day in Oregon, I visited a wrecked ship, walked miles of beach and found an unusual piece of driftwood.

Whats left of the Mary D

What’s left of the Mary D sitting along the Rogue River 


Original drawing of the Mary D

Original drawing of the Mary D

On the beach today, I was walking along and thinking I would like to find a piece of driftwood in the shape of a heart.   Not 2 seconds later….


As a child I grew up in a little coal mining town in Pennsylvania.   Spring evenings, I would drift into dreamland while listening to Spring peepers (little frogs) chorusing outside my bedroom window.

Tonight, on the other side of the continent, I am again hearing Spring peepers chorusing outside my window.  What a pleasant way to round out my travels in Oregon.

Thankful for wishes come true, a gloriously sunny day, and memories come to light once more ~


Duck A-Tilt

Duck A-Tilt


About TinCanTraveler

Born under a wand'rin' star.... living in my Winnebago, traveling the country, explorer/adventurer, photographer, writer, chi master, massage therapist, retired teacher/counselor, work camper. Appreciation for the freedom to do it all. Enjoying life's ultimate lessons of trust, respect, and grace.
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3 Responses to A Month Of Sundays: Day 27 (#555)

  1. What a glorious day – wonderful photos.

  2. Cee Neuner says:

    I hope you enjoyed your Oregon trip. I adore the heart driftwood. Oregon gave you a present from the heart. 😀

  3. Sher says:

    Love the heart story and the peepers. Such grand adventures you have and thank you for sharing them with me.

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