Monday, March 31, 2008

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The last day of spring break and Tillamook lucked into a few inches of snow. Kids were bummed it couldn't wait until school started - but Chris took them sledding - which greatly made up for the unfairness of the timing. It was beautiful and perfect for construction since it was so wet. My backyard looked like a scene out of a civil war battle by lunch time - with snow forts and clear signs of battle.
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Theoretically, I shouldn't have had any language problems when visiting the UK. I have been speaking English for 38 years or so. In practice though, my translation skills faltered occasionally. One of my favorite (or as they would say favourite?)UK passtimes during the down time was photographically documenting the signs I saw which I found confusing, interesting or funny.
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Monday, March 24, 2008

Dear Section Members,
I'm pleased to announce Charles R. Mundorff has accepted a position with WCB as an Administrative Law Judge. He brings a wealth of experience to this important position. Over the last 14 years Chuck's practice has been devoted to representing injured workers throughout the state. Since 2002 he has served on the OSB Workers' Compensation Executive Committee. In addition, Chuck has been active in the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association. Chuck's effective date is May 1, 2008. He will be working out of the Eugene office. In this regard, I should note Chuck's career began in Eugene and he welcomes the opportunity to return there with his family. Please join me in welcoming our newest member to the ALJ corps.
Abigail Herman, ChairWorkers' Compensation Board

Saturday, March 08, 2008

Cheesemaker play off shot. Melissa is so intense. What a stud. And - ahem - What a shot.
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