Monday, June 18, 2012

Country Living

Krista's grandmother lives a quick half-hour from Portland. Exiting I-84 takes you away from the Columbia River and into rolling hills. Small roads wind back on each other, dip into ravines and offer amazing views. Horses and cows graze, strawberry farms announce their seasonal crop and a multitude of nurseries offer trees of different heights. After a few turns, we finally make a left onto a tiny gravel road and make our way to Xian's and Sage's great-grandmother's house. Xian's eyes were wide as we traveled along the roads. So much more space exists in comparison to the dense foliage of Taiwan. Over the first few days, the girls were able to sit in lush grass on the edge of nurseries...

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