We moved from Blaine to Monroe on Monday. I am still trying to get caught up with all the photos I took while we were in La Conner and I still have the surrounding area of Blaine and Mt. Baker National Park to show you!
The following street photos are from Anacortes, WA. I love the old fashioned clocks I saw while walking down the street. This one was around the corner from the main street, but it still made quite a statement in its royal blue colors.
Of course, I had to add a photo of the many beautiful older buildings.
This cute little guy greets Gere-a-Deli customers at the door. We did not eat there, but what I saw looked inviting to eat.
Now, this is what I call upcycling! Instead of being a fire hydrant, it re-hydrates people and their dogs.
We took Shaun to Washington Park in Anacortes when he came up to visit us. There is one road that loops around to different scenic views. Some people walk, but on this day it was cold and a little dreary so we stayed with driving the loop.
This is a combination I do not see very often. Large flowering gardens with a view of the Anacortes Marina. You can barely see the mountains in the background. What a view and such a relaxing walk to take after shopping at the Farmer's Market.
Being able to walk across the bridge is even better. Well, as long as you do not have a problem with heights and traffic whizzing by.
On The Cutting Board
a little more embroidery work on my "A to Zzzz Snowman" blocks. I'm up to "C"!