We had a beautiful drive from Chilliwack B.C. back to the USA last Sunday. After I took these photos we encountered fog. We were happy to have the blue skies and lovely clouds before we entered the fog. Another trip, two border crossings with pleasantries from both sides. We are always happy to have easy crossings.
After church today we headed to Spokane for one last shopping trip before Christmas. On Monday my car goes in for repairs from my deer encounter for the rest of the week. I will have a relaxing week at home without a vehicle so maybe I’ll do some baking. For sure I’ll do some wrapping of gifts. The Christmas Cd’s will be playing in the background no matter what I’ll be doing.
Happy new week to all of you.
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Glad you made it out of the fog safely. You know, a week at home with no car… that sounds a-m-a-z-i-n-g! Enjoy your time at home!
Well, that was a beautiful ride! Enjoy your “at home” week!
…I love the ‘got milk,’ I see that here too!
Is it difficult to go back and forth to Canada and US?
Sandra, No, we have never encountered problems going back and forth. You do need a passport or an enhanced driver’s license for the borders of Washington state to Canada.
Ellen – I am a little behind on visiting blogs, so this is the first I heard of your deer encounter. I trust that you escaped unscathed. Our son arrived home on Friday, and we are thoroughly enjoying our time with him. He shares my love of Christmas music (my husband not so much), so it is delightful to have a partner on that front. We also have a tradition to make gingerbread men together – I can’t wait! Enjoy your homey week, my Washington friend!
What beautiful sky pictures.
These are wonderful pics. I love seeing different parts of our country. I’m sorry about your car but at least you have some pleasant tasks while you are at home. Keep us posted on all your projects.
A week without a car…hmmm…somewhere between frustrating and YaY!