Autumn Mosaics


We took a drive a couple of Mondays ago to see what we could see along Hwy 9 and Hwy 20 north of Seattle in Washington state.


We saw some lakes we hadn’t seen before like Big Lake.


It was a beautiful drive for the hours we had until the rain came in.


Along the Skagit River in Rockport.


This afternoon Josh, Laura, and I attended the final season game of the Sounders Soccer Team and said goodbye to a fan favorite player Zach Scott. Winning this game means we are now headed to the playoffs. We are happy fans. We also had a wee visit from our dear daughter in law and her Granny who were on this side of the mountains for a memorial service for Granny’s brother. It was a great afternoon from start to finish.

Linking up to Mosaic Monday hosted with Maggie at Normandy Life.

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 “Autumn Mosaics

  1. Beautiful pictures, Ellen!! We’re driving up to the N.C. mountains tomorrow and are hoping to see some pretty leaves. 🙂 Thanks for sharing with us and for your visit to my blog earlier. Have a wonderful week!!



  2. Beautiful; what gorgeous autumn colour your way. One of these days we hope to head over to your part of the world for a spot of leaf peeping. Have a great week. B x

  3. What beautiful pictures! Just popping round to say thank you for your comment on fraise, but I’ll have to hang around a while now and look at more beautiful things…

  4. So glad you got to see such beauty. I got out this last weekend and I don’t think its going to be a pretty year. We either had trees with leaves already totally down or dirty reds and oranges that were really muted. These are gorgeous pictures.

  5. What a gorgeous table. The fall colors are spectacular. And yes there was another mouse. This time in the horse feed. I forgot to put the lid back on. They have moved in with the cold weather and found free food in both the chicken coop and the barn. Think we are going to have get a bit more aggressive with them.

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