PERKINS’ FARM

I stretched it out a little this morning and walked 4 3/4 miles in the sunshine. With a beautiful day coming on it was easy to walk that far. Here’s what Mt. Baker looked like as I started my walk.

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As I got out on the Ebey Prairie the Olympic Mountains were lighting up in the morning sun and I took this panorama shot that has kind of an interesting lighting effect. Click on the photo for a full view.

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Over the past year I’ve been watching the progress of the restoration of the 1890 Perkins’ Farmhouse. It looks like it’s all done and looks just wonderful. Here is a before (just as they got the new roof on and starting into the project) and the after.

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I think it’s just great how they are saving all these great old farmhouses.

Last night we had a rain squall come through right at sunset, it made for a beautiful rainbow right out our front window. This photo doesn’t do it justice but at least it gives you an idea of what we saw.

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Thanks once again for walking with me and have a great day!

2 thoughts on “PERKINS’ FARM

  1. I love “walking” with you. These views are absolutely beautiful. You are an amazing photographer and have a great eye. When are you going to publish a book of your pictures?. Pease include one of my favorites…the bright hued canoes. Thanks again for sharing. Lynn from California

    • Thanks Lynn, I’m glad you join me for my walks. I too like the colored canoes (actually they are kayak’s) and think I’ll frame it one of these days. As far as a book, hum?

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