Little Turtle enjoys the middle-end of summer on the beach at Sauvie Island with The Girl and some of her friends. Hello, gorgeous tan!
(Little Turtle feels the compelling need to make sure everyone knows he’s very diligent about his sunscreen application!)
Mmm, mochi! Little Turtle enjoys some mikan and melon flavored mochi at the picnic on the Tom McCall Waterfront. So yummy!
Little Turtle feels so pretty with his little cherry blossom down at Tom McCall Waterfront Park. It was such a nice day, The Girl and her friends brought a picnic.
Little Turtle stops on the way home from Trek in the Park to take a photo of Cathedral Park and the St. Johns Bridge in Portland, Oregon. “Trouble with Tribbles” was amazing, and a sad, but fantastic, end to a brilliant five-year mission.
Little Turtle sits on the edge of the stage while the clever and talented Doubleclicks set up for their post-Trek in the Park show. The Girl was sitting next to them by chance during “Trouble with Tribbles” but was too shy to ask if they would take a photo with LT and didn’t want to bother them. He’s so disappointed!
my mind to your mind – my thoughts to your thoughts
Little Turtle was incredibly honored to take part in a Vulcan mind-meld with Spock at Trek in the Park! He’s definitely going to “Five Year Mission,” the collection of pieces from Trek in the Park held by Sequential Art Gallery.
Little Turtle is busy having a lofty conversation with Spock about highly intelligent and logical things – he understands if you’re impressed. Looks like Spock’s learning some new things!
This photo is from the second-to-last showing of Trek in the Park’s “Trouble with Tribbles.” Unfortunately this will end their five-year mission, but they sure went out with a bang. It was absolute unforgettable!
Little Turtle thinks Trek in the Park’s Doctor “Bones” McCoy might be onto him – he knew he couldn’t pass off as a tribble for long. (Or at all.) LT and The Girl had an amazing time at their performance!
Uhura is definitely one of Little Turtle’s favorite fictional characters of all time – and here he is meeting her! What an unforgettable performance put on by the actors of Atomic Arts’ Trek in the Park at Cathedral Park in Portland, Oregon.
Little Turtle can’t believe that Klingon said the Enterprise should be hauled away – as garbage! Such disrespect for the flagship of the federation!
LT and The Girl had a blast at Trek in the Park, and they both wish they’d gone sooner. Unfortunately, this show concludes their 5-year mission; Sunday, 25th August 2013 is their last show. If you can get to Cathedral Park (probably no later than noon; it’s bound to be packed), LT highly recommends it! This summer is “The Trouble with Tribbles,” which is The Girl’s favorite episode partially because it contains her favorite one-shot character, Cyrano Jones (even if Spacematic is a silly name for a ship, and yes, he does also show up in the animated series).
(The Girl had a hard time watching the animated series.)