Bridge : brij : [noun] : structure carrying a road, path, railroad, or canal across a river, ravine, road, railroad, or other obstacle.
My husband and I,
took out our 16′ aluminum boat on Mayfield Lake
near Mossyrock WA in Lewis County.
This is the underside of the Highway 122 bridge
spanning the mouth of the Tilton River
where it joins the Cowlitz River
and Mayfield Lake.
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I haven’t posted in my blog in a very long time,
about nine months.
In that time,
we bought a home in Morton WA,
a lovely small logging town
nestled in the green fir covered foothills of the Cascade Mountains.
We are about thirty miles from each of these three volcanoes,
Mt. Saint Helens to the south, Mt. Adams to the southeast
and Mt. Rainier to the northeast.
Our half acre of property sits about a 75 yards
from the gurgling Tilton River at about 1,000 feet in elevation.
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After buying our new home,
we spent six weeks painting and repairing our home in Seattle,
putting it on the market on August 1st,
the open house was August 6th and the house sold
on August 8th for more than our asking price,
and closed on August 30th.
We paid of the mortgage in total
on our new home in Morton with the proceeds.
We are still unpacking some things,
but most of the house is put together,
except for my art room and that’s my next project.
I hope to post once in a while
now that things are settled down
to normal daily life.
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