Wondering if WAAAM can tell us what make of car this is ~
Kenn on 26th January 2017 @ 7:46am
How would they keep the grass down like that? Goats? I don't see any cow patties.
Rick on 26th January 2017 @ 7:52am
Beautiful. I love the stone shed. Well house?
I hope someone can identify this photo. I would even be satisfied to know if it is east side or west side Hood River Valley.
I wouldn't want to shovel snow off that top balcony.
Sheep were used more than goats for lawn mowers. Less destructive.
L.E. on 26th January 2017 @ 8:51am
Beautiful, what a spred........, is that shingle siding, Very fine Home!
James on 26th January 2017 @ 9:31am
(Usual photographic process comment coming... apologies) There was a decent breeze that day. This camera and this kind of shot (landscape, tiny details needed) would've meant a very small aperture, and thus a LONG exposure time, likely several seconds. Thus, the branch tips and taller grass are blurred as they were swinging around.
At far left, I think I see a line of white fence posts(?) marching up a distant hill.
Kyle on 26th January 2017 @ 9:50am
I have thought and thought about this house. Something is or was familiar about it. I have to go look in a book I have when I have time, but I think I have seen a portion of this house in another photo. I think it may well have been the home of one of the orchardists that came to Hood River from New York and settled in the Parkdale area. I vow I have seen at least a photo of this house....Check back later.....
charlott on 27th January 2017 @ 7:26am
Interesting roof lines with the slight curve along the gable ends. I would guess that this was to give a bit of extra head room on the second floor.
Longshot on 27th January 2017 @ 11:44am
I am going to venture a guess that the large porch is facing Mt. Hood. The left side, with the new orchard, is looking down into the Hood River.
And the sheep are kept in that shed at the back of the photo.
Also, that small tree amongst the oaks, looks like a fir, not a pine.
L.E. on 28th January 2017 @ 8:20am