10 photos from our Ashland anniversary trip

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Oct 14, 2010
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1. Cut-out decoration of a German man, Ashland Elks Lodge Oktoberfest.

Where in gods name do you even FIND something like this?

Where in god's name do you even FIND something like this?

2. Contemplative statue, Lithia Park.

Shit. I think I left the curling iron on.

"Shit. I think I left the curling iron on."

3. The railroad tracks at the east end of town.

Not pictured: drifters

Not pictured: drifters

4. Rand gets artistic, near the Peerless Hotel.

I think I was looking at some sort of feral child.

I think I was looking at some sort of feral child.

5. Vending machine magic: a pack of M&Ms had gotten stuck earlier, meaning that we got two for the price of one.

This marks the only good thing about our stay at the Plaza.

This marks the only good thing about our stay at the Plaza.

6. Tropical vignette. I get waaay too excited about the colored pencils placed at the table at an Ashland restaurant. Rand claims they are for children. I tell him to shut up.

You arent supposed to dream about other trips in the middle of a trip. - Rand

"You aren't supposed to dream about other trips in the middle of a trip." - Rand

7. Imposing sign, Jacksonville.

Sweet jesus, like I dont think about this all the time, anyway.

Sweet jesus, like I don't think about this all the time, anyway.

8. Dusty pathway near Emigrant Lake.

By day, gorgeous. By night? A little too Blair-witchy.

By day, gorgeous. By night? A little too Blair-witchy.

9. God BLSAVE America sign, near Applegate, OR.

Sigh.

What a bunch of BLMORONS.

10. Rand and I smooching in Lithia Park.

Yes, yes, Gag, barf, ew, gross. Shut the hell up. I like him.

Yes, yes, "Gag, barf, ew, gross." Shut the hell up. I like him.

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  • I like him too, but you don’t see me kissing him all the time. Note, you don’t see me doing it all the time.

    Also: Jointed Mr. Oktoberfest: http://www.caufields.com/browseproducts/Jointed-Mr.-Oktoberfest.html

  • I like your caption for the statue. I saw a sign in southern california that said “Do you have defensable space?” I thought about that for a long time.

  • Lisa

    Two things:

    1) Kiss him as much as you possibly can.

    2) I need a Philip in my life.

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