In December of 2008 Brian Hartenstein and family left America for an adventurous life overseas to live and work throughout Asia, raising three daughters with a sense of wonder and awe at the possibility of the world. It is now 2016 and the adventure continues back home in Oregon. This blog remains as a time capsule to that period. Thank you so much to all our friends around the world. Please stay in touch. We miss you all!
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
The Week in Awesome Photos
Oh yes...Asian students love their cameras too. Have a Great Summer, Taiwan!
Best line from Hartenstein's Midsummer Night's Dream... "Twinkle Twinkle Little...Hee Haw!"
The girls and I walked through a torrential rain shower to buy yarn and pipe cleaners for Snug's Lion Mask... They helped me paint it too! Great Job, Girls!
Shirtless man with machete at local market...No Biggie.
The following photos were sent by the most loveliest of readers: Pictured above: Pablo Neruda quote from a breakfast cafe in Olympic Peninsula.
A Midsummer Donkey Head from Vancouver Canada.
Bard on the Beach, Vancouver CA.
Baby Sharks from China.
Trek Yourself from Phoenix Arizona.
Trivial Pursuit Card from...somebody's moldy basement. How many can you answer. This card was sent because of John Keats.
An Anais Nin Card from Washington State.
Hanging Unicorn Head from Washington State.
Bard Sweatshirt from Vancouver.
Funny Market Calendar from Oregon. She's a little under dressed for June, don't you think?