Besides, I had to take new photos because my attempts to photograph making S'mores at night were grainy and unfocused.
While the middle '87 was a perfectly fine hand model, my brother had to horn in to show her how it's done.
Two graham crackers +
two pieces of chocolate +
one toasted marshmallow =
One is more than enough for me. Too sweet.
My mom was frying up banh tet (Vietnamese sticky rice cakes) for breakfast.
What kind of berries are these? I wasn't sure and didn't know if they were edible.
I knew salal berries were edible though, even though my parents said I shouldn't eat strange berries in the wild. But I know what kind of berries they are. My oldest aunt was intrigued and ate some too.
Here's that square-stemmed huckleberry/not-huckleberry that still confounded me.
Pretty lichen and moss.
Spores on fern.
Breakfast done, it was time to dismantle camp.
All Oregon posts can be found with the tag Series: Oregon, but I suggest reading this particular trip in this order:
Giant Catfish and Family Trips Home
Mom and Dad's Garden Again
Pacific Oyster - Bay City - Oregon
Tillamook Cheese Factory - Tillamook - Oregon
Barview Jetty County Park - Rockaway Beach - Oregon
Searching for Tide Pools
Campfire S'Mores and Other Breakfast Treats
Dismantling Camp and Leaving Rockaway Beach - Oregon
Short Beach - Oregon and Home
Rice Krispies Treats
Chasing Waterfalls - Columbia River Gorge - Oregon
Behind the Scenes: Bob's Red Mill - Milwaukie - Oregon
Whiffies Fried Pies (Food Cart) - Portland - Oregon
Potato Champion (Food Cart) - Portland - Oregon
1 year ago today, Homemade Macaroni and Cheese.
2 years ago today, Chao Hot Vit Bach Thao (Vietnamese Rice Porridge with Preserved Duck Egg).