An Interlude…

…in the northeastern area of Washington State, where it is hot but no hotter than our western part of Washington right now. Why not sweat in a different location than our own for a few days?

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This afternoon doe, a deer, a female deer and her fawn were grazing in our son’s yard. I’ll share those photos soon. We’ll be eating farm fresh eggs the next several days and we might have to put the rooster to rest if it keeps crowing at all hours and then we’ll have chicken and dumplings. Dear has projects to do with our son and I’m going to walk the dog in the cool of the morning. Hopefully I won’t meet up with any bears or cougars, oh my.

Are you having an interlude, an intermission from the regular?

8 thoughts on “An Interlude…

  1. I hope you don’t encounter a bear or cougar either! Looks like a very peaceful area you are in–enjoy your interlude and be safe 🙂
    Blessings,
    Aimee

  2. What a beautiful sight. I love fields of sunflowers. Beautiful. We’ve just had another hot spell, but rain came in the night and it’s feeling much cooler. B x

  3. I almost said no, but the truth is I am taking lunch to a friend’s. There will be four of us for lunch and then I will get back to sorting nails or some such thing at The Ponderosa for the afternoon.

    Time away is always good and two making repairs are always better than one. I hope that the rooster gets a grip lest he winds up on a platter. LOL!

  4. An interlude is good! We just took two days and used a Marriott e-certificate that was expiring. 🙂 Your son and dil’s place looks wonderful.

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