|Joe participated in his first tournament since last year. It was at the horseshoe pits in Gresham.|
|He lost all six games and was pretty discouraged because at the end of the season last year he was 2nd in his class.|
|He was also very tired. I loved and wholeheartedly agreed with Joe's son Rob when he made the following comment.|
"He may have lost all the games but it was a win in my book to see him out there." You go Joe!! You'll do better at the next one Memorial Day weekend.
While he was pitching shoes, I decided to go for a walk on one of the trails in Main City Park in Gresham where the horseshoe pits are. I saw a beautiful walking bridge as we were coming in and went to check it out. What a beautiful Treasure I found. Happy Mothers Day to Me !!!! As I started on my walk these beautiful Rhododendron trees lined one side of the City Park Sheds.
|I saw this bridge as we were driving in so that's where I headed.|
|The sun was shining brightly and all I had with me was my trusty iPhone5s camera. When I got home I put all the pictures into Google Photo and edited them the best I could.|
|Please click on the picture to see the writing on the ends of the bridge|
|The wood work on the bridge was beautiful|
|There were fountains and streams and benches to sit and listen to the birds, to pray or meditate. It is so beautiful, peaceful and quiet.|
|Volunteers, in the process of building a Pagoda|
|I had to brush away the leaves and debris to read this plaque.|