Palouse, Washington

It's my old home town.
Small town ambience combined with connections to two major universities make this a choice place to live. I just like the place. Maybe you will too.

The Last Cab Ride
Here is a short story that will make you stop and think.   When was the last time that you unknowlingly missed the opportunity to be of great help to another?

Barbara's Garden
The co-owner of this website, Barbara Murray, has become a gardening fanatic. Go here to view the fruits of her labor during the 1998 gardening season.

1955 Ford Crown Victoria
Rolling Sculpture
Automobiles I have owned, loved and hated over the years, WWII to the new Century.

The InvitationEarthrise
"It doesn't interest me where or what or with whom you studied. I want to know what sustains you from the inside when all else fades away. I want to know if you can be alone with yourself, and if you truly like the company
you keep." 

 Steptoe Butte, Washington  Steptoe Butte view

Memorial Day Weekend, 2002, A Fantastic 360 degree view of the lush and green Palouse country.

Fletcher Creek Falls
Fletcher Creek Falls
and Provincial Forest Campground on Kootenay Lake, B.C. Canada. It's a little bit of heaven.

 Poetry of Delmar E. Murray

Delmar Edgar Murray 1935 - 2009
Del loved poetry. Here you will find his work depicting his life experiences... Growing up  in Palouse, Washington... Working for the Union Pacific Railroad... Military service as a  radio operator... A 30 year career with the CIA... His love of family, friends, and many  collectible automobiles.

ser-en-dip-i-ty n. The faculty of happening upon or making fortunate discoveries when not in search of them. [Coined by Horace Walpole (1754), in The Three Princes of Serendip (Ceylon), the heroes of which make such discoveries]