This past weekend we drove over the mountains to stay with Tasha’s parents. Us girls and baby Mark drove separate from the boys…we were really craving some of her mom’s chicken, dried tomato and feta pasta salad. Look what we saw on the way there.
We stopped to check out Snoqualmie Falls. The picture on the left was taken on Friday and the one of the right was taken in October. I told you guys it has been flooding here! This little town declared a state of emergency because of the flooding but the roads were clear when we drove through.
I love this house…so pretty. Reminds me of a school house.
T and I had to get a shot of the Nordstrom’s home…probably one of the many vacation homes they have. I had my head poking through the sun roof looking like a crazy for this photo!
This reminds T and I of all the pioneer women and homesteads we read about in our historical fiction novels. Eric and I tease that this is all we can afford in Washington’s real-estate market.
Can you see the deer laying down in the rows of hay? We saw tons of deer.
Better than the deer were the WILD TURKEYS! They were so cool and made the funniest noises. Perfect thing to see in November.
This little guy obviously likes going to Grandma and Papa’s! Check out that tongue…he did that all weekend…cracks me up!
Our husband’s went rock climbing while we did some crafting. I can’t show pictures of our craft because they are Christmas gifts. However, here is my cute husb having fun.
Group picture. Yes, I am the only one bundled up like it’s below zero out.
This is a picture we took on Sunday…let me put it into perspective. The guys mention that we should go on a hike. I get a little scared because Ty’s idea of a hike is much different than mine and I have a cold. But I decide to be tough and just go for it…it was only suppose to be quarter of a mile anyway.
Well, below is a picture of a SHORT CUT to the trail we were suppose to go on. If you look at the picture you can see a little sign nailed to the tree in the top left that says “Indian Creek Trail”. That’s the only indicator that its a hiking trail! To say the least…we didn’t do any hiking.
Eating, resting, scrabble, crafting, playing with the baby…it was a good weekend!