Red Barns

Some in great condition…

Others that are weathering and needing a little love. These are from Skagit Valley on the morning of December 11th. The morning was a little foggy/misty.

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

Quiet Sunday except for a nice windy storm blowing through. A good day for indoor projects. After a sleepless time from 1am until after 3am I slept right through our usual church service. We listened to a sermon online. My two kitchen experiments, a savory one and a sweet one, failed. Oops. They were edible but nothing I’d share with y’all. Hope your weekend is ending well.

Grey and Weathered Barns

These photos were taken on December 11th on our way to La Conner for an overnight. We drove some back roads from Conway to Skagit City. Skagit Valley is known for their Tulip Festival and Daffodils, too. Next time I’ll share the red barns.

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

We’ve been so happy to have two sunny days in a row here in Western Washington. Today I enjoyed a walk along the Burke Gilman Trail with my friend Beth after church. This week I’ve been getting out between rain showers to continue pruning our apple tree. I can only do a little at a time, just as much as my neck can take. It’s a looking up kind of job. It was nice to do the pruning in the sunshine yesterday and today. In the photo above the branches that are growing straight up still need to be cut.

The work on our master bath continues with forward progress but we are still weeks away from completion. We’ve picked the tile for the shower and all the fixtures. We also have the flooring chosen. The electrical is done. What’s going on at your house?