Our small little beach town is blessed with those of you that come and celebrate with us. Every once in a while the sun will come out in all of its glory , that is when the sea sparkles and the trees glow a spectacular green. Those are the days that feel like a holiday. Folks are more friendly, smiles outshine the sun and it is not unheard of to see a 90 year old dance with a toddler in the surf.
I love Seaside with all of her problems and warts. She means as much to me as the area did to Sacagawia. A land of realized dreams,freedom, new found courage and selflessness born of a community that sticks together through the hard times. I will write more. about Seaside's' first Lady and my personal hero.
Stay tuned for Oregon history that will be politically incorrect at times. Maybe a bit raw, edgy, highly organic. but that is me and I own it.
As a lover of history and an artist I am going to present a page or two dedicated to (in my OPINION ONLY) our first lady Sacagawea, Sharing my love and passion of the North Coast only in a way that a 36 year transplant from Eastern Oregon can appreciate. Today the locals call us "Flatlanders" I will indeed back up opion with referance links. As my life story in some instances are similar with hers, Sacagawias courage, inspired me during the early days of recovery. I could not choose where I was born but this is where I will die. The dash inbetween the years is mostly about Seaside, and her people.
I will always have a softspot in my heart for Pendleton, and the Cowboys I grew up with. Most of my heros are Cowboys . I am including photos and storys. If you have a Seaside story you would like to share please email me and we will talk.
Blessings ; The Copper Cowgirl.