Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Sunshine Come On Back Another Day

"Sunshine come on back another day
I promise you I'll be singing
This old world, she's gonna turn around
Brand new bells'll be ringing"
Lyrics by Jonathon Edwards (Go Away Today)

Seriously. It's time for the sunshine to come back. I hear rain falling again while I type. Fine, it just better be gone tomorrow. 

9 comments:

  1. Good luck Kari!!! Love the sunny face!

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  2. Thanks Eve,
    I thought he was kind of cheery. Maybe he can chase the rain away. :)

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  3. I like your wishes! I was in the Gorge today. It's always beautiful but usually wet too. Didn't see any motorcycles there today. I like your sunny face too!

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  4. Hi Mike,
    How was the gorge? Windy and damp? I haven't been to the Gorge for a couple years. I've never been there on the motorcycle. Hmmm, gonna have to fix that! I'm glad you enjoyed the sunny face...I thought he was kind of cheery for these grey, windy days.

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  5. YES, definitely go there on the motorcycles! As I commented on my blog, do the Mt. Hood loop. You won't be disappointed! Watch the weather though. This time of year Government Camp can get dicey.

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  6. Kari:

    the Gorge can be very windy. I was about 100 miles east of Stevenson on the way back from Bickleton and it was torture with the wind. just be careful when you travel through underpasses

    bob
    bobskoot: wet coast scootin

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  7. Hi Mike
    How did this conversation get split between two different blogs? :)
    I think we'll wait for a little warmer weather for this one. I don't want to end up riding motorcycles in the snow!

    Hi Bobskoot,
    I hear you about the wind. I'm not a big fan of riding in strong winds, and well, the gorge is notorious.

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  8. It looks like the reason the sunshine is reluctant to make an appearance is that somebody put a nail through his forehead last time!

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  9. Yes I suppose that would be a bit off putting. No wonder winter returned these past few weeks.

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