Tonight one of our local bands Backstage Pass will be performing at 13 Nights on the River in St. Helens at Columbia View Park. This is a great venue for concerts, especially on a nice evening. The bands use the gazebo as their stage and the gorgeous Columbia River and Cascade Mountains are the backdrop. Come on out, bring the whole family, and enjoy a FREE concert by the river! 13 Nights on the River is a weekly concert series that runs throughout the summer on Thursday nights starting at 6:00.
Today I went to see a local chiropractor, Dr. Gary Domby, in Scappoose. I’ve seen him for years and I never leave there without a feeling of being truly amazed.
I went in today to discuss my troubled knee, and quickly the focus went from my knee to my hip to my shoulder. He told me the body is a matrix and he has to work it as a system to make it function properly. He uses applied kinesiology in his practice, which is quite different than other practitioners I’ve gone to. I so appreciate an alternative approach to healing, and Dr. Domby is always tops on my list.
Not only did we discuss body mechanics, but we also talked about the virtues of yoga, which he has been teaching for over 20 years. I’m quite a novice but thoroughly enjoy my yoga practice. He ended our session with showing me the proper techniques for various poses and how they can help my muscles properly support my joints. He also offered to give my husband and me a private yoga lesson to assist us in our practice. He goes so far above and beyond his role of a chiropractor…oh, how I would love to spend an entire day there, just being a student of his teaching.
If you are in need of wonderful chiropractor who will truly amaze you, check out Dr. Domby at 503-543-3195.
Many of us from the Columbia County area get very excited over the threat of snow. The weather forecasters often alert us days in advance, only to find that it is a nonevent and we are merely left with rain or maybe a slight dusting of snow. This past week, we were all watching in anticipation of a big storm that really didn’t appear. Then when we were ready to put that cold weather behind us and move towards spring, we were greatly surprised when we had a snowy couple of days starting on March 1st. The interesting part was that Scappoose barely saw more than a few flakes, yet further north in Columbia City we had 2-3 inches. That may not seem like much to those in snowier climates, but to us, it was fun! Schools were cancelled and the kids got a day to play.
As fun as it was for those brief few days, I think we’re all ready to move forward and be blessed with a little sunny, warmer weather and bright flowers in our gardens. Unfortunately, we have just a few more days of rain ahead in order to make those flowers grow! That’s what makes this wonderful area so beautiful!
You can find us by taking just a short drive northwest out of Portland, along Hwy 30. The people here enjoy small-town life yet easy access to the Metro area. This is a family-oriented rural community with a mix of folks who have lived here their entire lives, to those that have recently discovered all this area has to offer.
The mighty Columbia River is a wonderful attraction as it winds along Scappoose, St. Helens, Columbia City and beyond. The breathtaking views of the river and the gorgeous Cascade Mountains is unmatched. Boaters can enjoy abundant fishing and breezy sailing, and you can kayak for miles up into the wildlife-rich area of Scappoose Bay.
We that enjoy the lifestyle of this community welcome you to check us out! If you would like more detailed information, just let me know.