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Phineas the Pig Skull Goes to a New Home

About two months ago, the butchers gave me another pig skull. I couldn’t say no to the skull, and I also decided I couldn’t have more than three pig skulls in my tiny Portland apartment (that I share with a very patient and cool roommate.) So I decided that if I was going to preserve this piggy, that I needed to give him a new home beyond my shelves. 743 more words

Panicking to Meet Your Deadline: How One Blogger Manages to Half-Ass It Yet Again

Oh shit! Oh shit! I’m still on vacation — far, far away from our home in Hannover, Germany — and I have absolutely no time to provide you with a proper blog post. 676 more words


Live Action Reviews! By Crystal Connor: H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival Best of 2015

Master Imaginationist and Instagram photographer Crystal Connor is the Chief Imagineer working for the Department of Sleep Prevention’s Nightmare Division. A Washington State native she loves anything to do with monsters, bad guys (as in evil-geniuses & super-villains.  170 more words



We did it!

For the THIRD year in a row, Change Realty has managed to stay in the ranks of the Fast Growing Companies in Oregon, according to the Portland Business Journal. 41 more words

Change Realty

Back on the farm

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Pat and I have returned home to the farm from our 8-day trip to Oregon to visit our son Philip.  We had a great time out there with him, and used his weekend off to travel to a beautiful part of SW Oregon, seeing the rocky coastline and the Rogue River Valley.  475 more words

Farm Days

Hawthorne Bridge

I love having lots of stuff to work on in my catalogue. It keeps me from getting bored with one specific area or thing. While I haven’t been to Portland, Oregon since May I still have stuff I shot and never edited it. 158 more words


Portland: Coming Soon

Eight days from now, I will be on my way up to Portland, Oregon (USA).

This might not seem like it’s book-related at all, but four words will change your mind about that: Powell’s City of Books. 456 more words