Monday, April 30, 2007

Movie of Lebanon, Oregon

A short video showcasing the area around Lebanon, Oregon. I'll take my green, green grass over your people-filled cities any day. If you have questions about locations (as in, you'd like to visit these places), let me know with a comment. Enjoy the show.

8 comments:

Auntie said...

Hey - I got a little carsick watching that first bit.

The Guy Who Writes This said...

Lebanon looks like a good place to take a nap.

Jaggy said...

Auntie: I'll fix the opening movie tonight--it always seemed too long, but I was trying to fill space for the music. YOU got carsick... lol, I made myself carsick driving to Astoria.

Mr. Guy: Lebanon has some beautiful spots for a nap in the summer sun. :) I didn't get a picture for the short video here, but we have some amazing parks and other hiking trails... which all lead to other great places to take naps. Just watch out for the bums, meth-heads, and people from Sweet Home. ;)

Tryan Hartill said...

Guy...Don't know why your comment is so funny...but I'm cracking up here...

Jaggy said...

I think it's the song. And I remember what you said last night when you saw the movie, TH. Y'all are pickin' on the Valley Girl and think it's mighty funny.

*sniffle*

Auntie said...

I thought the song was a bit sappy. You are too young to be that sappy, Jaggy!!!

And I am with Guy, it does look like a peaceful place to take a nap!

Is the "Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz farm house" yours?

whit-o-roni said...

oh man, there is NOTHING better than Lebanon strawberries. that is a piece of Heaven, right there.

Mmmmmmmmmm.................

One more month!! (or so)

Jaggy said...

I love that song. :P What, would you rather have me use some hip-hop song? I'll think about using another one...

You're right, sis, the strawberries are on the vine. Not long and we'll be able to smell them, eat them, and turn our fingers, faces, and pants red with yumminess. :)

YES! The large white farmhouse is the Big House on our homestead. I do not live there, and I've only been in the house one time--but that is our family's property beyond the house. (How's that for a drive-by shot at sixty miles an hour?) The snowy scene is in my neighborhood, though, and the river movie is about five hundred yards from my house.