Barb Rhods Photography
Floating Down the Lewis River
Linda Page has been kind enough to present her photographs to share here and has written some words to accompany the images. Join her for the slideshow "Floating Down the Lewis River" by clicking on the "start the show" button below. When the slideshow opens you can use the arrows to navigate forward and back, and if you click on the image the full-size version will open in a new window if it is available. Enjoy your journey with Linda, and thanks to her for taking the time to share this with us.
Open House at the National Weather Service
An Open House at the National Weather Service - 5241 NE 122nd, Portland, OR. - was held on Saturday, October 9, 2004 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Visitors were able to learn how the forecasts are put together and how the National Weather Service deals with severe weather and much more. It was cool to meet the people that forecast the weather. The event was well attended and much appreciated.
Click here for more pictures of this event.
Quilting is one of the fastest growing crafts of the new century. It is also one of the oldest crafts in America. The benefits of quilting are enormous. It brings people of all walks of life and all generations together. It is a hobby that can be
practiced alone or by groups. Organizations, churches, etc. are able to use quilting as a way to help those less fortunate, while at the same time promoting togetherness of the membership. Many small businesses have been started, catering to the needs of quilters. People travel great distances to attend quilt shows. Quilt clubs have sprouted up all over. To view quilts shown during the Show And Tell portion of the Clark County Quilters' meeting, click on: Show And Tell.
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