Before I forget about these leftover photos of barns and critters I’m posting them for Eileen’s Saturday Critters and Tom’s Barn Collective. The two farm structures above were taken on some back roads October 6th in Skagit County.

On October 28th I took several fall photos in our yard and this sweet robin stayed still for a couple of photos.

The photos above of the Canadian Geese on the Sammamish River in Bothell were taken back on October 29th while we walked the Wayne Golf course.

These next three photos with barns were taken in Colville, Washington on November 17th.

The view above is from our son’s driveway looking out to Colville. I like to take this shot every time we visit to see how it changes in every season.

On our way home from Colville on November 20th we saw a few rainbows and this one happens to be over the nice red barn in the distance. I took this one with my cell phone.

I’ll soon be linking up to Eileen’s Saturday Critters and to Tom’s Barn Collective.

Have a great weekend everyone!

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

16 thoughts on “Leftovers

  1. Hello Ellen, wonderful collection of barns and birds. I love the sweet Robin. The river scene with the geese and colorful tree is beautiful. The view from your son’s place is lovely. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. I also appreciate your comment on my blog. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

  2. Your leftovers surely beat mine…. turkey goes a long way for me…. not a fan of a lot of Thanksgiving leftovers especially when it is just the two of us!!!! I need to go to Colville now.. the view is so picturesque!!! I don’t blame you for wanting to record the view seasonally.. Each one must have its own magic!!

  3. That view from Dan’s driveway never gets old – so pretty! Oh that gorgeous Robin in the sunlit fall leaves is such a pretty picture. I always enjoy your barn shots too. Hope your Thanksgiving was lovely and that your renovations are coming along nicely.

  4. Oh, my, goodness…I love this post from beginning to end, but most of all I love the one from your son’s driveway! It is wonderful.

  5. Oh, my, goodness…I love this post from beginning to end, but most of all I love the one from your son’s driveway! It is wonderful. (forgot to change my name/profile….delete the treadway comment if you want….I have been trying to lose my identity at WordPress and cannot seem to do it.)

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