Devil’s Lake in the Fall



28 Degrees this Morning, November 20, 2011






We call this Mirror, Glass, Syran Wrap on Jello – that was left if the fridge all night flat.


Walking to my neighbors to let out the chickens and throw out some feed. Bee-U-Tea-Ful.


The marshes by the Lake, this is a suspended bridge by D River State Park Campground, looking East, those are the hills behind our home
that we are able to hike around. Awesome.



D River – World’s Shortest River. This is pretty much it. I was wondering where it officially starts. We might look into that. 




Devil’s Lake, has an outflow of D River,
which is VERY close to the Ocean.
I love Lincoln City.

(Photos taken with a Lumix DMC FH25 el Cheapo Camera.
I’d love to see what I could do with a “real” one!)

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3 Responses to Devil’s Lake in the Fall

  1. Beautiful! I can’t wait to see it this week. 🙂

  2. Amanda says:

    Saran Wrapped Jello, for sure. Just glass, it is. I love it.
    Hey, I’m thinking of beginning to save for a kayak or a paddle board. Any input? I’d have to have a wetsuit for paddle boarding, huh? We’re on a river, too, my inclination is to get a kayak that holds two, but one that I could manage on my own. Any thoughts? This is all a pretty new idea but I thought of you, you inspiring girl. 🙂

    • pebblekeeper says:

      If I had to do it over again I would get a sit on top kayak like they sell at Fred Meyer. Or a better sit inside kayak. If I had 1500 dollars I would get a paddle board and goooooood paddle. I would test out the paddle board first. I really like my canoe but it is hard to paddle up river or against the wind alone. Paddle board doesn’t care about current or wind. For winter I wear a wetsuit even in the canoe. Go to a surf shop and ask for used. Better yet drive to Lincoln city and I will hook you up. Ha.

      Sent from my iPod

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