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Six Word Saturday & Weekly Prompts – It’s Green Year Round in Oregon

This post is in response to Debbie’s at Travel With Intent blog Six Word Saturday Challenge. Debbie inspired me to look at tall trees today. This is also my response to Weekly Prompt’s blog with the topic this week of Greenery.

Winter – The moss is spectacular in Wintertime. In fact, us Oregonians don’t get our roofs cleaned yearly our houses would all look like this one.

Early spring at the tulip farm.

Douglas Fir along the roads in summertime.

Autumn in Oregon.

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    • I moved to Oregon in November. I kept telling my boss that it is so green in the winter. I came from Denver, Colorado. He just looked at me and said … just wait till spring and summer 😀


  1. Oh, I do like your greenery photos, especially the last one, such gorgeous colours.

    I saw this pop up on my notifications and was puzzled when I couldn’t find it on the Greenery page. I found it on the October colour challenge Tiger!
    No matter where it ended up, I’m pleased you did the challenge, Thank you very much Christine. 🙂


  2. Green all year round… sounds nice. I do see some green in evergreens here too. Especially in those bushes where the birds hide🙂. Nice post.



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