Barns and Brunch

A couple of barns off highway 395 on the way to Colville in low light.

I like to take a photo of this view every time we visit our son and his family. This time I took it early in the morning on our way back home. Next time we go the snow will probably be gone.

Linking up with Tom The Backroads Traveller for The Barn Collective.

On Saturday we enjoyed brunch at Josh and Laura’s for a belated birthday celebration. Josh and Laura gifted me the sign that they chose because of the name of my blog. Thoughtful kids.

We had a nice walk to some local play fields and decided to take our obligatory selfie.

We have a busy week ahead with a trip east and over the mountains again to celebrate our little grand’s first birthday. Excited that we will also be enjoying the beginning of Spring this coming week!

 

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

20 thoughts on “Barns and Brunch

  1. …the view from your son’s house is gorgeous! I’d love to be able to see that everyday. Good to hear that the more you wonder the wiser you get, great news! Ellen, thanks for stopping by, I hope to see you again.

  2. Such beautiful views…….so peaceful! Love your blog header, too! The sign is just perfect – so thoughtful. xx Karen

  3. Happy Spring! (Looks like Colville area has a ways to go until the season, but those barn photos are so beautiful … they look like paintings — fine art! ) Lovely brunch…. safe and happy travels and happy First B-D to your sweet girl.

  4. Great birthday celebration! A happy-looking group. Love the barns! The one in the third photo looks like one I have a few photos of that I am planning to do a painting of this week!

  5. I love when birthday celebrations linger! Speaking of birthdays, how can Addy be turning ONE already? Safe and happy travels to you as you make your way to the birthday bash!

  6. colville looks like a place I would love to live. I love just driving back roads and experiencing places where time has stood still.

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