Tuckered Out…

I’ll share all about our time at Lepp Farms next week. Right now after my 290 mile roundtrip to Canada and back I’m too tuckered to think straight. Had a wonderful time. Stayed up way past my usual bedtime. Made good memories. On the way to Canada I stopped in Lynden, Washington for lunch before I crossed the line. I’m really glad Debora from Whatsoever Things Are Lovely gave me the heads up on places to eat and to make sure if I ate here…


…to only order a half sandwich. Good thing I got that tip because this my friends is a half sandwich! Now tell me the truth does that look like half a sandwich to you? And yes Lynden is heavy with Dutch influence and population.

Hope you are doing well and the start of your weekend is good. I’m hoping to spend all day Saturday just vegging about with my feet up…

Photobucket replaced all my photos with these blurred out versions 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.

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

11 thoughts on “Tuckered Out…

  1. I think I’ve heard the words muttered from your end of the woods. Tuckered out!. You don’t need to be sixty to feel that way.
    It was a great night…you put such a fine finishing touch to the day.

  2. Welcome home, Ellen! Take a rest and enjoy the weekend… We look forward to more news later. :o) That food from the Dutch Bakery looks sooo good–now that’s a lunch! Reminds me of a place back home in PA…mmm… Happy Days ((HUGS))

  3. Hi Ellen … glad you could make it up to Canada again. Was that Dutch Mothers you were at? Have not been there for a long time. Lynden is a fun place to visit.

  4. Looking forward to hearing about Lepp’s Farm; and all of your good cookin’. Glad you enjoyed the Dutch Bakery. I am half Dutch; and when I moved here, I knew I had found ‘the mother land’, when I visited that bakery for the first time. Gigantic sandwiches and carbohydrates galore…I guess it’s just in my (big) Dutch genes (and jeans) to love bread!

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