...................................Crafts Ashore in the Pacific Northwest
Hi Gracie,I am back from the lake, and catching up. I was without my computer for a week or so because my power cord blew up!!! I missed blogging! I read back about your visit to the aquarium. How fun!! When my husband was in college, he worked part time in a fish aquarium shop. He had several aquariums, and set two up for me at my home. I had sea horses in one, and I loved them!!!! We love to visit big aquariums. Loved seeing your daughters family too. I enjoyed hearing about your recollection of the first man on the moon. You graduated when my Uncle did. 1969. I loved your current post too. You have such a grateful heart. I love to see what you write about in your journal. Your blog makes me smile!XO Kris
Aw, those photo's are lovely! I always enjoy seeing pics of other places :) I hope you have a wonderful weekend.....and I can't wait to see the results of the knitted tomatoes!Sarah x x
Beautiful photos Gracie, the air must feel so clean and smell so beautiful where you are. Hugs and have a great weekend,Meredith
I am really jealous....you live in the most beautiful place. How nice to see such a gorgeous mountain like that every day! Here in Louisiana we get excited if we see a hill...LOL. Just Beautiful! Shari!
With that fantastic weather I would have thought you could have grown tomatoes...things must be pretty bad if you have taken to knitting them! How to they fare for flavour? :) xxx
Hi Gracie another lovely post such stunning photos. We have been enjoying some warm weather here which is good. The magazine I always have each weekhas patterns for knitted vegetables. I'm just not sure what I would do with them once I'd knitted them. Anne x
More beautiful photos from an area I dearly love! Blessings, Aimee
Don't you just love those rhythms of life that repeat everywhere?! There is glorious sunshine and some mention of harvest/hay bales on almost every northern hemisphere blog I visit just now.
its the same here! hot, hazy and the roads are full of tractors stacked high with hay bales. I make a wish everytime I drive past one.x
Beautiful photos - such a treat for me to see my old friend Mt. Hood on the horizon! Here the farmers make round hay bales. Interesting about the making a wish tradition, they do that in Scotland too.
Such pretty photos. Mount Hood is so grand. Enjoy the heat before the rains come!
Such beautiful photos of the countryside! I love seeing new places through others' eyes. :)) Thank you so much for taking the time to take these photos and sharing them with us...
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