Today, all of Portland enjoyed a sunshine-filled day with the temperature in the low-50's. Such conditions demanded a long jog with the camera. Not too many days left before spring arrives and so does our move. We're down to thirty-nine days until the movers knock on our door. Seven days after that, we hop aboard a Delta flight out of Seattle, bound for Honolulu and a new life--again.
We continue working on the seemingly endless list of things which need to get done before we move, but happily, many of the REALLY BIG ones are accomplished. Among the current priorities are the three in-work portraits.
Sue's has been the focus lately, as I struggle with...well...everything. It's passed the time to let it go, but I just keep messing with it. Every time I'm ready to let go, something catches my eye and away we go again. Anyway, here's what she looks like today.
My jog today took a familiar path along the South Waterfront. It's
been quite awhile since I've shared any photos of the new Oregon Health
and Sciences University building under construction and the new
Willamette River bridge. Both of these projects are proceeding at a
remarkable pace, but we'll miss the respective completions.
The new cable-stay bridge construction has been fascinating to observe.
Everything about the project is a first time ever for me to witness. I
say this as both a preface and an apology in case bridges hold little
interest for you. What the heck...a few photos can't be THAT bad. Can
they? Hope your Saturday had sunny skies.