Tuesday, February 12, 2008

The End, for Now

Well kids, it's been fun. I enjoyed taking photographs for the time that Mary and I did. It made us try and make our days more interesting. It let us explore the great city that is Portland, Oregon. Unfortunately I will not be updating this blog anymore for the simple reason that I am moving to England for about six months and after that I'm not sure where life will take me. For anyone who found any interest in our little project thanks for hanging out with us!

5 comments:

Igor said...

Wherever life takes you, consider doing a city daily photo blog! We will miss you. Have fun in England!

Cheers,

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Spring Break Canada said...

Wow i found you too late...

Nice color scheme!

Liz said...

so i was looking at all these old pictures on here and i was like, man i miss those days. i would come home from the dojo and check my email and check this blog. anyays, i think you guys should carry on in the new cities you are in or towns, in mary's case.

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