This made me yell “Stop!” and my husband did so I could get a photo of this. A little nostalgia from days gone by. We really saw some of our best Yard Art in this little city east of the Cascades and just a hop skip and a jump from Canada.
Visit Mary at Work of the Poet for more Yard Art.
Have there been weeks for you when you live a day ahead of yourself anticipating events coming up soon. That has been this week for me. So here it is Wednesday and I’m posting for Thursday already. Better remind myself to live for today.
Photobucket replaced all my photos with ugly black and grey boxes and they are holding my photos hostage until I pay them lots of money. I’m slowly going through all my posts and trying to clean them up and replacing some photos. Such a bother.
10 thoughts on “More Yard Art from Tonasket!”
Now that is a piece of work 🙂 Guess if their toilet(s) are clogged they always have a back up LOL 🙂
Love it, Ellen!
Have a blessed day. It’s another scorcher for us.
Oh my word…that is peculiar and great at the same time….hope your today has been grand
I love it! a real ‘touch’ of country! I wonder if it was rescued from a real country home? I’m sure it makes a handy tool shed now!
Those quaint towns have some of the best yard art.
You might expect that this West Virginia girl is definitely going to say “I want one of those!”
So glad you stopped – I love it!
just as long as yelling “Stop” didn’t scare your husband terribly. Like to I do my husband when I see something worth shooting! Love the little house, ellen! 🙂
A lot of people use “fake” outhouses as potting sheds. They are kind of cute!
Such a creative little corner of the garden! Very beautiful! I’d be yelling for a stop too!
What a fun accent in suburbia. I wonder ifits covering their gas tank. I see the neighbor has one out in the open.