On Saturday we took a drive to the city of Snohomish to shop about in the antique and specialty stores before it started pouring down rain.
We saw some barns on the way…
And while we walked about we saw a couple of churches. I didn’t get close enough to the churches to give you details.
Our daughter came with us on our little drive and shopping excursion and she bought a couple items and we bought one small item. We ate lunch together in the sunshine and came home in a downpour!
I’m linking up with Tom the Backroads Traveler for The Barn Collective and with Beth and Sally for InSPIREd Sunday.
This coming week will be full with travel to San Francisco later in the week. Still taking any suggestions for restaurants and sights to see in San Francisco from any travelers out there. I got some good suggestions already but I’m always ready for more!
17 thoughts on “Churches and Barns…”
Always fun to spot a few barns as we drive along! The Pursuit seems an odd name for a church, and the sign outside is for a sports team – very strange.
Ellen, your barns look great even on a cloudy rainy day. What a wonderful church steeple. Thanks for sharing at The Barn Collective and I hope that you pass by some more barns on your way. Have a safe trip to SF.
Hello, I like driving the backroads now looking for the barns. Great finds. Enjoy your new week ahead!
It’s good to get out and see things after a time of being housebound. If it weren’t for treacherous, greasy roads, I’d be over the trail myself. I’m tired of being cooped up.
Such nice barns. I like the 2 similar ones in the first shot. The curved/pointy roofs are so neat. I love to see them.
I’m crazy about barns and have used photos of them many times.
I always enjoy seeing old barns and churches, oh the stories they both could tell! Thanks for sharing,
enjoy your week,
love the spire. curious does your daughter’s scarf & hat match? that is too cool. i love the pattern. thanks for sharing with us. ( :
yes, Beth, her hat and scarf match.
That is a beautiful spire. No one else has mentioned the barn in the first photo…is that something in front of the end of the barn. It looks almost like a bare tree but it is not. Then I thought it looks like it is inlaid into the end of the barn, but I think surely not. If you have the answer, please tell me. I will come back later and check to see if you have replied.
Oh…I didn’t notice that until you mentioned it. It does look like it’s part of the barn. I didn’t get close enough to know for sure but if I do in the future I’ll take a closer look.
Snohomish and the drive there is picturesque. Thanks for sharing! I have good friends who live there and always enjoy the antique shopping area! Have a great time in San Fran! It’s another favorite place…..food on most corners…..you’ll eat well, for sure! I hope it doesn’t rain!
Lovely weekend drive!! It is good to get off the beaten path and see something different. I think I need to take a little drive this week…
That sounds like a very nice outing! I love antique shopping. Your pictures, as always, are so nice! Snow squall watches here today and starting to catch some cabin fever – ugh!
Oh have a good time in THE City! It’s been way too long since we e been there, I’ll look forward to your pictures. I’m happy you got some sunshine for your drive … Gotta’ grab that winter sun while you can up there on the left coast (I remember it well).
Love poking around the shops at Snohomish, but have had some difficulty finding a decent place to eat lunch. Where did you eat? The photo looks charming.
Hi Carol, This time around we ate at Fred’s right on the main drag.