It’s that time of year when the United States of America celebrate their independence. It’s a great time to look back at history to see what it really means. It’s also a good time to read the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. So often, with all the emotion out there and a press that seems to enjoy pitting American citizens against each other, we forget about what this great country is all about and it’s foundation.
On my walk this morning I couldn’t help but notice all the good citizens of Coupeville displaying their colors in support for our country. Here’s a taste of what I saw.
Captain Joseph Clapp House, 1886.
These are the condo’s down by the Coupeville Wharf.
My friend Rudy’s beautiful old house.
I love the big porch on this house. I’d love to sit and swing a while there.
The Zylstra House, 1889.
The Lovejoy – Parker House, 1886.
The Blue Goose Inn. John & Jane Kineth House, 1887.
And finally, our front porch!
I hope you have a great Forth of July. Have fun but be safe!
I’ll see you again soon. Thanks for walking with me!