…to the country.
We were greeted by many country creatures upon our arrival.
We’ll be busy being country mice for a few days. I will get caught up with bloggy world here and there. Meanwhile back on the other side of the Cascades these warnings are being issued.
The latest look at the forecast models this morning shows they are still calling for a major windstorm this evening and tonight. This morning would be a good time to do your final preparations in case the power goes out in your area.
Right now a powerful low pressure center carrying the remnants of Typhoon Songda is off the Oregon coast. It’s expected to track inland across the Washington coast into southern British Columbia — a text book scenario to a damaging wind storm in Western Washington.
We have our home prepared and people in place to watch and let us know what’s going on…
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These photos of these beautiful creatures are some of your best!
I’m glad you’ve zipped over the mountains to escape the terrible wind storm!
Sounds like an excellent time to get out of Dodge. Praying that it fizzles out and amounts to nothing. Looks beautiful where you are.
What a glorious place for an escape. I pray all remains safe on the west side of the state while you are gone. Beautiful horses – your photos are certainly suitable for framing. Enjoy your stay and visit.
Lovely to get to escape from coming bad weather to such a beautiful place! Love the horses and the sweet deer. You will enjoy your time there I am sure!