Friday March 24th I got some more cuddles in and while we made cookies little Miss was snug as a bug in her little portable cradle.
Rayna rested close to her, too.
I have missed this close up view of her for a week now. Sigh.
On Saturday morning March 25th we packed up the car and sadly said our goodbyes.
Happy our kids thought to take a photo of the 3 of us before we hit the road for home. We said to the kids when we were heading out the door that we wished we lived around the corner from them.
Heading down their driveway…
Still on their driveway looking out at flooded areas of Colville.
Heading into town to connect to highway 395.
Looks like there were a few more newborns in the neighborhood of the animal variety.
Once we connected to highway 395 I took a lot of photos of the flooding in Stevens County as we drove south to Spokane to connect with Interstate 90.
There’s a little town south of Colville that is named after our granddaughter. 🙂
The city park in Chewelah was flooded and there was water over the roadway.
I could share a lot more but this post is getting long.
I’m itching to get back over the mountains to see our sweet little Addy and her folks! We just might have to invite ourselves over for Easter with the promise to cook! I can now really empathize with all you grandparents out there who live a long way from your grands.
We had a dry day yesterday! The weather people said things like…”today you will experience dry pavement for the first time in weeks”. We didn’t get our paws wet yesterday and it was quite a treat! Thursday Katie and I did manage to walk the grounds of Bonhoeffer Botanical Gardens and the University of Washington Quad missing the rain showers. I will share a lot of those photos soon. Here’s a preview of one from the Cherry Blossoms in the Quad.
APRIL FOOLS Y’All! Hope this is the mildest prank you have all day!