Signs on Highway 2

A day late and a dollar short, as the saying goes. These were some signs that stood out to me while zipping along on Highway 2 in Washington State from Eastern Washington to Western Washington on December 6th, 2019. These collages will give me an idea of where along Highway 2 the Dr. Pierce barns were. Billy Burgers was in Wilbur.

We drove through several little towns like Wilbur that were established in the late 1800’s.

Between the little towns the landscape was for the most part pretty desolate.

It was just outside of Waterville going west that we saw the Dr. Pierce Barns.

Bottom right photo is between Orondo and Sunnyslope. We are on the east side of the Columbia river here. This area along Highway 2 is filled with apple and other orchards. We cross the Columbia river at Sunnyslope and start our ascent up and over the Cascade Mountain range through the Bavarian Village of Leavenworth and on into Western Washington.

I’m linking up to Sign2 with Tom The Backroads Traveller. Oops I couldn’t link up successfully.

Speaking of a day late and dollar short I’m way behind in visiting blogs. But I’ll remedy that soon!

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.

11 thoughts on “Signs on Highway 2

  1. …now that’s quite a trip! What neat things to see along the way, the old style Billy Bergers sign and the Dr. Pierce Barn is well worth the trip alone. And the dramatic scenery is a bonus. Thanks Ellen for sharing, enjoy your week.

  2. Hello, beautiful views and great collection of signs. I have been to Leavenworth, it is a pretty place. Love the mountain views. Enjoy your day, wishing you a great weekend!

  3. Ellen, “a day late and a dollar short” is the story of my life . . . well, mostly the “late” part, because the Lord always provides for my needs. Fun to see the signs along the way. They break up the desolate stretches.

  4. Spectacular photos, Ellen, I am a sign watcher, too! ~smile~ I find myself repeating this saying many times.
    Thank you for sharing and for visiting me.

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