The Barn Collective

Before April slips away I wanted to share a couple of barns from the Skagit Valley, The Tulip Capital of Washington State!

This barn has been converted into a Deli/store.

It’s right off the interstate at the exit I take to go to La Conner and to the tulip festival.

Another barn on my usual route. The yellow you see in the background are rows of daffodils.

Can’t remember if I showed this Mt. Vernon beauty before.

Since I mentioned the fact that this area is our tulip capital I’ll leave you with one more photo of the tulip fields from this area last year…

I’m linking up at Rose Street Reflections for Amy’s Barn Collective #29.

I’m happy to report while visiting our son in Eastern Washington a few weekends back we saw many barns that I’ll be able to share in the future.

April is winding down and we are on the 2 month countdown to our son’s wedding. Fun times ahead. How is spring shaping up in your corner of the woods? I heard some of you got another snow fall!!

About Ellen am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

13 thoughts on “The Barn Collective

  1. That tulip field I’d beyond beautiful! And tepid, eastern Wash surely could have given you some great barns! (We both grew up in Clarkston, probably further East than you were…. Way over in the corner across the Snake R from Idaho!)

  2. Oh – one of our favorite barns – they make the biggest ice cream cones – when we get one we ask for only one scoop and we share that. Love the tulips – not sure we saw that particular field this year – lovely color. We drive down from Bellingham quite often to Skagit Valley – we love that area – much slower traffic than Bellingham.

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