Although, we didn’t get the Summer temperatures, we got a lot of sunshine ( no complains, well except that driving east bound in the morning with the sun making it impossible to see). As I came out of the tutoring lab at my local community college, I totally felt in love. It was magnificent! The sky was a shade of gray. Trees had a fresh … Continue reading “Phir bhi Dil hai Pakistani”: heart is still Pakistani
I am by no means a photographer. But, if you are at Sunset Beach, Oregon, pictures are all that can take your heart away. The water is so cold, atleast for old peeps like me. Kids rock on! (Check out how majestically the crow is enjoying the day!) Continue reading Pic is worth 1000 words…
Manhattan Short Film Festival 2018 is a global competition about short movies. Director and writers submit their creations. Out of 1565 enteries from seventy nine countries, top nine movies aired(still showing) all around the world during the week of Sept 27-Oct 8th. The ultimate winner ( best movie and best actor) are to be voted by the human race : me, you, and us! Fortunately, … Continue reading Manhattan Short Film Festivsl 2018
Personally speaking, I don’t like Dollar Store ( a shop which sells everything for $1). First, hear me out and then you may agree with me why I don’t like Dollar Store. Everything they sell is a cheap quality, until it is a brand name. The toys are just to use one/two times. The plasticware is terrible: the lid will turn you into a gorilla … Continue reading Impressed!
This was my first mushroom picking without kids. In other words, I was the one who was suppose to look for them. Luckily, I had one of the best mushroom hunters with me-the best of Oregon and Trinidad. We (mostly, they) found a lot of Chanterell ( it is one of the most populary eaten wild mushroom). There were Turkey Tales. Now, this I can … Continue reading Mushroom Picking
” Go Pre!” Steve Roland “Pre” Prefontaine was an American middle and long distance runner. He was from Coos Bay, Oregon. He held seven records in 2,000 to 10,000 meters. Sadly, he died at a young age of twenty four in a car crash. From past couple of years, the city of Coos Bay arranges a ” Prefontaine.” It is a walk/run of 2miles, 5K, … Continue reading 39th Annual Prefontaine
My car was having some troubles. It was getting unbearable to drive. I dropped my car and was thinking of my options on how to get back home. There was no thought process: just walk home! Without further adiou, I started walking. Bear in mind, driving this route takes five-ten minutes. I drive here all the time. But walking is a whole different experience. I … Continue reading 3.6 miles
Sometimes, Facebook can deliver important information. I found out that there is a cruise ship visiting North Bend. So cool! (Wasn’t able to get a closer click. ) It is a super small one-300 golfers. They are here for the “world”( everything have to be “world” famous in USA) famous golf course in Bandon. Continue reading Look Who’s Here
If you ever hear a lot of screaming coming from inside a high school gym, don’t be startled. It is probably a team of girls volleyball. I have never been to a volleyball game. The only volleyball I have encountered was in my days of high school. I just remember trying out and ouch. It hurts. The other time I witnessed volleyball was on the … Continue reading Earplugs, please.
We only got to stay in Jeddah for a day and a half. I cannot be a good judge of the town, but one thing is a fact: Jeddah is Karachi’s sis! ( Karachi, Pakistan not Karachi, Russia). I dared to step out in the middle of the day. It was hot ( like Karachi). The buildings and roads ( like Karachi) were not well … Continue reading Jeddah