Exit 34 in North Bend, Washington. Just 30 minutes east of Seattle on I-90. 10 minutes away from Snoqualmie Falls & Snoqualmie Casino.

Delphiniums, Bunting and the World’s Tiniest Fork

Yesterday I was admiring this mystery plant that I grew. I didn’t know what kind it was yet.

Today a storm took the plant out. I didn’t know what kind it was yet.

My friend told me the purple lovelies are delphiniums and they love being pruned, so I made a bouquet. Who knew I could grow delpiniums?

I don’t mean to brag, but I found a lacey black & white butterfly.

The oak bench finally died. (After several guests thought they were the first ones to break it this month. Tee hee.)

It’s not every day you happen upon a car in two pieces so I took a pic.

The bunting was hung with care or, um, at least with staples. I love this time of year.

I saw our family only in elk form. (Sorry for the terrible picture. I only had my old iPhone on me).

I found the world’s tiniest fork in a glass of wine. My. Favorite. Picture. Ever.
And there’s my week in a blog post. Thank you, dear friend for stopping by. I can’t wait to see what next week brings.
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