Rocks and Water

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On Saturday we drove down to Eugene to see my photograph hanging at the Jacobs Gallery. There were some beautiful works of art presented, and if we had that kind of money I’m sure we would have bought one or two of our favorites. Afterwards we got  lunch at the Saturday Market and then headed up river to one of David’s favorite fishing spots.

We ended up at one of the resevoirs not far from the waterfalls. The water was so cold and the gravel prickly, but that didn’t stop Chloe from wanting to play. Rather than fight it, I took off her shoes and socks, rolled up her pants, and let her go. We were high in the mountains, so the water was fairly calm and clean (not like the dirty lakes and rivers of the city). I like how she looks so serious in these photos – having fun is hard work sometimes!

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2 thoughts on “Rocks and Water

  1. HA looks familiar!

    “Children’s games are hardly games. Children are never more serious than when they play”- Michel De Montaigne

    I have this in my list of quotes and thought it was perfect!!!

  2. I would add to the last comment: play is their life. And I sure wouldn’t mind having a mom like you are. 🙂

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