…or the time in between Winter and Spring in Chewelah. There was a lot more snow on the ground at our son’s place before we arrived. I was happy to visit after the fact. I shared Fall scenes from his property and here are some winter scenes.
This was our daughter Katie’s first visit to her brother’s home so we all trekked about the property for her to get a good picture of his property.
We ended our stay with breakfast at The Chalet Restaurant and Alpine Room in Chewelah, a great place to eat.
We had a wonderful time together at Dan’s place. After breakfast we said our goodbyes and reminded each other that we’ll all be together again in late April when we travel to our niece’s wedding in Southern California from 3 different airports. We’re at that stage in life when our kids are a bit scattered and enjoying life as they should apart from us. We always welcome the times we can come together and enjoy each other. Do your grown children live far or near?
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I’m looking forward to Spring pictures of his property….wide open spaces make me happy. We raise our kids to spread their wings and move on in life….although this momma’s heart does look forward to being together. We are so blessed to be a close family and to all love being together. One child is 32 miles away and one is 650 miles away in Colorado. But all the modern technology helps so much to stay in touch. I just miss the hugs from the Colorado one….sigh….can’t pretend that one very well.
It must’ve been cold…everyone looked a little chilled on the tour. My children live near, though I think you see your children as often as I do. About once a month? That’s about right here, too,
We’re melting a bit here too. Looks like you all had a nice visit and got some great Spring pictures of your son’s country property! My Becky lives 3 provinces away – she’s happy and loving her new married life. I miss her like crazy – understatement!
I love touring that property with you…whatever the season! Keep taking us along.
Didn’t seem all that long ago that we saw pictures of that property neck deep in snow! Amazing how it’s thawed. Yum. Breakfast sounds great just about now 😉
What a pretty place that property will be in spring when the snow is all melted. Those crepes look delicious.
Our children live close by, and I’m so thankful. I don’t take that lightly, as most of my friends from Ecuador have children scattered all over the world.
So happy for you to ba able to have made his little trip with Katie! I’m sure she appreciates imagining his stomping grounds a bit better now.
Pretty snow! Glad you had a nice visit. Know you are enjoying having your Katie at home for a while.
It looks a bit chilly climbing those hills. It must have been wonderful visiting with both your kids.