Granpa with newest granddaughter Claire
Kacy's family picture on Father's day 2015
Karissa, Claire and Kacy
Kacy & Kerry on Father's Day June 2015
Kerry is spray painting and hand rolling the Centennial bath house.
Judy & Shirley primed and painted the bathroom doors red to match the red trim.
Centennial bathhouse finished!
We stayed at Oregon Christian Convention Center in Turner OR for a couple of weeks while attending Kerry's 50th high school reunion in McMinnville OR the end of August. While at Turner, Kerry and Judy and Shirley Hullinger were able to powerwash,prime and paint the outside of the Centennial Bathhouse.
McMinnville High School Class of 1969 50th REUNION Picture
TRAVELS DOWN THE OREGON COAST FALL 2015
Updated pictures of Westside Baptist Church in Eugene OR as of the end of August 2015. They still need help if anyone is interested
Going over McKenzie Pass out of Sisters. The Lava beds
Some of the beautiful Dahlias that we have seen on this trip
Two views of Haystack Rock in Pacific City OR just at sunset
A sea anemone in a tidepool at Pacific City OR
A mural on the outside wall of Mo's Restaurant on the Otter Rock Loop off 101
While eating lunch at the Sea Hag Restaurant in Depoe Bay, we heard this incredible music and wondered what was making the music. We peeked into the connecting bar and found the bar tender playing music on the liquor bottles with drumsticks. It was very impressive
Octopus Tree at Cape Meares State Park
This end of building was completely opened and just now filled in so work can continue this winter.
Lighthouse at Cape Foulweather central coast of OR.
.Last snag overlooking a turnout along central OR coast
Favorite bike in forground at Yaquina Lighthouse on Oregon Coast.
A classic stone house on the cliffs along Otter Rock loop on Central Oregon Coast.
Classic bridge work along hwy 101 from the 1930's.
End of road due to landslide. State park is such a beautiful place.
Three Arches near Cape Meares. Note that all three rocks have arches (or tunnels) through them.
Mural on the front of one of the buildings on the main street of Depoe Bay